“Far more money has been lost by investors preparing for corrections, or trying to anticipate corrections, than has been lost in corrections themselves.” – Peter Lynch
We are almost 10 years into a bull market birthed out of The Financial Crisis, throughout which, economists have described the stock market as climbing a “wall of worry”. The market continues to rise, but no one believes that it can continue. I am confident that at some point we will experience a correction. I am also confident that, many years from now, the companies we own will be much more valuable than they are today.
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Richie Capital Group specializes in discretionary investment services for Institutions and Individual Investors. Our investment goal is to maximize client returns over time through an established investment process. We invest money on behalf of our clients and typically do not focus on providing individual comprehensive financial advisory services. However, to bring in clients over the past year, we have gladly performed these services for many who have asked. In this process, we have gained greater insights into the broader world of Financial Advisory Services (Brokers, Investment Advisors, and Wealth Management firms). There are many outstanding companies providing advisory services. But in most other cases, we have come to the conclusion that…. they may not be working in your best interests.
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As we enter the fall, we are approaching the one-year anniversary of launching Richie Capital Group. We have spent much of the past year navigating regulatory requirements, launching early clients and preparing our platform to support larger institutions. We have also spent some time researching the market to better understand client needs, competitor offerings, and how RCG can be best positioned to provide solutions.
We have found that the problems facing clients both big and small are largely the same. In terms of retirement, most individuals have not saved adequately and are not on track for a comfortable and timely retirement. Many of the public pension funds set up for teachers, first responders and government employees are significantly underfunded.
The National Institute on Retirement Security completed a study on retirement savings and found:
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