Ultimately, money is a resource to help you live your best possible life. Because your goals and needs are unique, we believe your investment portfolio should be, too.
We get to know you and your goals first before distinguishing what investment attributes are right for you. You gain a deeper understanding of your priorities and preferences.
Evaluate your priorities and preferences against your current portfolio and identify potential gaps. Then we align your unique target risk profile with your preferences and explain the trade-offs of each strategy.
Build portfolio recommendations customized to your priorities and goals. Your investments are created using some of the world's leading portfolio managers, in a cost effective way.
Monitor and adjust your investments as your life and priorities change. Worried about future uncertainties? Your advisor is ready to adapt your portfolio as your life and preferences change.
At United Capital, we believe there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all portfolio. The financial plan you build with your advisor helps to determine the overall risk and target allocation your investment portfolio should have, but that’s just the starting point.
Seeks higher relative returns in the long run (a full market cycle).
Seeks to closely and predictably match its benchmark at a low cost.
Seeks to mitigate against severe bear market declines.
Seeks to lower taxes in the long run (a full market cycle)
Our unique investment proposals create a custom profile built just for you, evaluating taxes, performance, cost, and protection. Each proposal is designed especially to help you live richly.
Investing involves risk and clients should carefully consider their own investment objectives and never rely on any single chart, graph or marketing piece to make decisions. The information contained herein is intended for information only, is not a recommendation to buy or sell any securities, and should not be considered investment advice. There are no investment strategies that guarantee a profit or protect against a loss.