We are excited to announce that Advance Capital Management has been named to the celebrated PSN Top Guns List of best performing separate accounts, managed accounts, and managed ETF strategies for Q4 2022. The highly anticipated list, published by Zephyr, remains one of the most important references for investors and asset managers.
The farther along your financial journey, the more complex it becomes. Eventually, you’ll likely want to work with a financial adviser to help ensure you’re making the right decisions for your situation. But finding a financial adviser you trust isn’t exactly easy. If fact, it can feel downright intimidating.
Advance Capital Management is pleased to announce that Terra Hohf has been recognized on the 2023 Forbes Top Women Wealth Advisors Best-in-State list.
Your investment strategy is a key part of building enough wealth to live a comfortable retirement. Certainly, when considering a financial adviser, one question you should ask is: how are you going to invest my money?
Advance Capital Management’s president and chief investment officer, Christopher Kostiz, provides his key economic and market insights from the most recent quarter.
Each year, we post a list of our favorite blogs that we published. This year we’re doing things a little different. We’re featuring the most important blogs for people in certain situations. These are the blog posts they should read, read again and consult whenever needed.
The purpose of building wealth is to create a fulfilling and secure financial future. And, the role of a financial adviser is to help you do that. But, as with any profession, advisers don’t work for free. So, how much exactly should a financial adviser cost?
Saving for retirement can feel like a long, upward climb. Taking step after step, saving dollar after dollar. But the view at the top is worth it… except the journey isn’t over. You now have to navigate your way down. That is, you have to take money from your savings to fund your retirement without tripping up.
Recessions are a normal part of our economy. But no one can accurately predict when the next one will happen. It could happen at an inconvenient time for you personally. For one, you could find yourself retiring in a recession.