We provide comprehensive financial planning and investment management services that help you align your personal values and goals with your financial decisions. We are your guide and support system for a balanced financial life and lasting legacy.
Our Advisors are invested in your long term success. We work as a team behind the scenes, so even as each of us is uniquely partnered with specific clients, our individual areas of expertise are available to every client's particular situation.
Since 2005 we’ve helped our clients protect and grow their assets and accomplish their goals. That’s because we’ve emphasized personal relationships, with a deep commitment to sustainability and socially responsible communities that sets us apart from other advisory firms.
We are pleased to be featuring the art of four talented Bay Area artists with four unique perspectives of the botanical world. Selected works by Sonia Gill, Lee McCaffree, Lorrie Fink and Katie McCann are on display in our offices at 1820 Solano Avenue through December. They explore the beauty, mystery, and universal appeal of the botanical world. From technical to fantastic, from expressive to abstract, their work compellingly illustrates our enduring connection to the natural world. Please join us to share in their intricate details, expressionistic colors, and creative juxtapositions.
We are now a few days removed from the immediate shock of an election outcome that caught many people off-guard. News networks, national polls, and Nate Silver’s statistical modeling were all predicting a Clinton victory, and yet the opposite happened. Another projection that held wide consensus was that a Donald Trump victory would result in an immediate stock market decline, and yet the opposite has happened thus far. What we’ve seen is more of a sector rotation highlighting the market’s bifurcated expectations for which industries will be boosted by new policy and which will face greater pressure.
Conventional wisdom tells us that we should be focused on the long term. But what does that mean exactly: five years, ten years, longer? The answer generally is – it depends. Since "it depends" is not a very satisfying answer we decided to focus on three underlying questions about being a long-term investor.