In my investment advisory programs, you generally pay an asset-based fee, charged quarterly in advance, based on the total value of the assets in your account at the end of the previous quarter. Unless otherwise noted, the asset-based fee generally covers investment consulting and certain brokerage services provided by FinAdvision, as well as the external or internal investment management fees. However, the asset-based fee does not cover expenses paid within any exchange-traded funds or mutual funds you may own.
You may select from our comprehensive suite of managed account programs, which are designed for various levels of investment experience and sophistication, with asset minimums that start as low as $5,000. Depending upon the program, your investment advisory account may include stocks, bonds, money market funds, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds and cash. You can establish investment advisory relationships for your retirement or trust accounts in addition to your personal investment accounts. If you select one of our Non-Discretionary advisory programs, your Financial Advisor will provide investment advice, but you will retain decision-making authority over your account.
Stockman offers financial planning services through LifeView® Advisor and LifeView® Personal Wealth Advisor. Using these tools, your Financial Advisor can assist you with the evaluation of your financial goals and help you develop an investment strategy to meet goals such as planning for retirement, funding an education and insurance planning. Stockman has the option to charge a minimum of $250 and up to a maximum of $5,000 per client.
We have hold one of the following professional designations: Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Chartered Personal Wealth Advisor (CPWA), Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC), Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA) or Family Wealth Director (FWD), may charge up to a maximum of $10,000 if assets in a LifeView Plan are over $5MM.