Wealth Management Group, LLC. Viewpoint
Wealth Management Group, LLC. is a Financial Wealth Management organization in the New York/New Jersey Metropolitan area. Our success is demonstrated by constant implementation of prudent strategies to help our clients accomplish their financial objectives.
What is a prudent approach? At Wealth Management Group, it is a carefully planned strategy for selecting financial vehicles to help accomplish our client’s goals and objectives consistent with their individual tolerance level.Why emphasize prudence? It’s simple. We believe that people work very hard to acquire financial rewards.Making sure that their hard work is retained and that they are constantly rewarded through financial goal accomplishment requires careful, risk-sensitive strategies.
A Historical Perspective
Wealth Management Group has taken the time to study the historical evolution of the Financial Wealth Management industry and the effects that it has had on the public.
The 60’s seem to be the infant stages of taking a holistic approach towards financial services. It was during this time that innovated organizations, such as our affiliated firm Langdon Ford Financial Group, started showing people how one area of their financial life directly impacts other areas of their financial lives. It started to become evident to people, achieving financial success improved dramatically by having a complete financial strategy in place.
The 70’s brought challenges to the financial world via a bear market and high inflation. Wealth Management Group believes that during this time, the value of professional guidance was truly experienced. Having a professional guide people through difficult economic times with sound advice and calm judgment enabled many people to stay focused on their long-term goals and objectives.
The 80’s ushered in new financial instruments for consideration. Wealth Management Group learned from the mistakes of others, due diligence has got to be completed on all financial vehicles before they are considered for implementation into any Financial Wealth Management Strategy.
The 90’s provided economic expansion never seen in the United States before. This expansion allowed individuals to experience wealth accumulation at a rate higher than historically experienced. This dictated the Financial Wealth Management strategies be established using strategic alliances with other professionals, relationships created by the firm or brought in by our clients, such as lawyers, portfolio managers and accountants. For this reason, Wealth Management Group has established important strategic alliances with firms in order to allow clients to experience maximum benefit.
The 2000's are frequently referred to as the lost decade for investing as most market indexes were negative for this timeframe. During this period, the importance of asset allocation once again showed it's merit. Many portfolio's that were assets allocated during this timeframe still showed positive returns and thus the benefit of active management. This was a historic ten years for certain. We experienced terrorism on our land, stock market bubble burst, real estate bubble burst, banking meltdown and high unemployment. Wealth Management Group successfully reinforced that our time-tested strategies and techniques gave our clients a solid chance of accomplishing their financial goals and objectives.
As marketplace demands changed, new financial instruments and techniques were added to our clients Financial Wealth Management strategies. Wealth Management Group, LLC. does not offer their own investment instruments. Rather they go into the financial marketplace on behalf of their clients and select vehicles to help guide the client toward goal accomplishment.
History and experience have been wonderful educators in Financial Wealth Management. Wealth Management Group is well positioned with strategies and techniques to guide any client toward accomplishing their financial goals and dreams. Certainly the Wealth Management Group is well positioned to guide clients through the new millennium.
Neither diversification nor asset allocation guarantee against loss, they are methods used to manage risk.