Planning for a confident retirement

I deliver personalized financial advice to help you achieve your goals, today and tomorrow, through our Confident Retirement® approach. I start with a conversation about key financial areas including covering essentials, ensuring lifestyle, preparing for the unexpected and leaving a legacy.

By identifying clear steps to take toward your goals, I can help take the uncertainty out of planning for your financial future. Working together, I can help you feel more confident, connected, and in control of your financial life.

Do you know your tolerance for investment risk?

When it comes to investing, risk and reward go hand in hand. The higher the risk, the higher the potential return, but also the greater the risk of loss.

Risk tolerance refers to your ability to endure market volatility. All investments come with some level of risk so it's important to be aware of how much volatility you can tolerate. How risk tolerant you are is important, because it is one of the basic factors in determining an appropriate investment strategy for you. Your risk tolerance can affect both the types of investments you own and the way you choose to diversify your portfolio.

Read more about risk tolerance and take the 5-question quiz to help you assess your own tolerance for risk. Then contact me to discuss your portfolio and how it meets your needs and risk tolerance.

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Gauge your retirement readiness

Our 3-Minute Confident Retirement® check can help you start finding the answers to your questions. Gauge your retirement readiness and see where you stand.

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2019 market outlook

Market volatility is a natural characteristic of investment markets. Ongoing communication with your advisor can help ensure you have the personalized financial advice you need to maintain a well-diversified portfolio regardless of market conditions. (2:17)