Do your investments require a review?

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With expert advice, investments can help people to prepare for the future by preserving and growing their wealth. Forward-thinking individuals with good financial sense often make plans early in life, combining savings, investments and protective policies to pave the way for the day they no longer work. However, it is understood that, over time, financial markets and personal circumstance do not remain frozen. As a result, investment strategies can soon become out of date.

Portfolio management

To ensure that plans remain valid, investment portfolios need a periodic review. Experts in portfolio management in Chester, Birmingham and other cities across the country protect their clients’ interests by actively adapting their investments to suit fluctuations in economic markets and new financial situations.

Establishing investment goals

To ensure that a portfolio can be counted on, investment goals must be set. This may involve preserving or amassing wealth or, sometimes, a combination of both. It may also include specific ambitions, or levels of protection for both an investor and their dependents. Establishing this intent allows wealth managers to gauge whether the portfolio is still performing effectively.

An impartial eye overseeing your future

As independent financial advisors (IFAs), Hartey Wealth Management has developed an original option for our clients that we call the Second Opinion Service. The Second Opinion Service allows us to take an unhindered look at your current assets to provide in-depth analysis of the inner workings of how your financial affairs are being managed. Contact us today to ensure your investments are still on track.

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