Your peace of mind comes from the absolute confidence that every member of the Litman Gregory team shares a singular and overriding commitment to your financial well-being.
In addition to applying our investment expertise, we partner with our clients to help plan the entire scope of their finances and deliver an exceptional client experience–these are key to both our clients’ success and our own.
Achieving financial independence and the legacy that goes with it requires more than commitment on your part–it demands a highly skilled partner to help you envision your future and guide you along the way. As your partner, we bring a deep knowledge of investments and the full range of wealth planning strategies that can be employed to maximize your success.
As your fiduciary partner, we work with you to understand what your organization is about–the long-term objectives, fundraising goals, spending policies, and anything else that affects your success. Serving as the Outsourced Chief Investment Officer, we create and implement the investment policy needed to empower your organization. Simply put, your mission is our mission.
Managing Risks as Uncertainty Continues
There is wide range of potential outcomes for global economies and markets, but we’ve seen recession risks rise recently. We are making incremental adjustments to our clients’ portfolios, such as adding more to “safe haven” bonds like Treasuries.
Capital One Data Breach and Cybersecurity
While the Capital One data breach is not the first of its kind, it is noteworthy in its scale: nearly 106 million of the bank’s customer and applicant accounts were affected. These occurrences remind us of the importance of taking proactive steps to safeguard our personal and financial information. In this post, we outline actions to consider taking to protect your personal data and accounts.
Investment Key Takeaways—Second Quarter 2019
After global stock markets got a jump start on the year thanks to progress in U.S.-China trade negotiations and a newly “patient” Fed, an abrupt breakdown in the trade talks spurred a sharp market sell-off in May. But stock markets rebounded in June with expectations of Fed rate cuts later in the year and (tentative) signs of re-engagement on the U.S.-China trade front.