With all the noisy commentary, complex investment products, and volatile performance in the financial industry, it can be hard to figure out how to act. How can an investor determine which investing strategies have merit and which have outperformed simply by chance?
For our clients, that’s easy! We do it for you. That’s precisely why we’re here, in the service of our clients.
I recently gave a presentation where I reviewed the investment options out there and explained how some investment strategies put the odds of success in one’s favor while others do not. I related this complex topic to a simple game of betting $1,000,000 on the flip of a coin. Heads or tails? After watching this 30-minute presentation, you will have a much better understanding of our motto, “Take the Long View,” and why we are so passionate about our approach to investing.
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This presentation is for educational purposes only and represents general information regarding Hill Investment Group’s investment advisory service. It does not intend to make an offer or solicitation for the sale or purchase of any specific securities or to provide specific advice. Past performance is not indicative of future performance; investments involve risk and are not guaranteed. Consult with a qualified financial adviser before implementing any strategy.
We asked Matt Zenz to narrate a 10-minute presentation on recent market volatility. If you’re our client, some of this will be repeat information for you, but it could prove helpful as a refresher.
Feel free to share it with others who could benefit from the long view perspective. It’s easy for investors to be influenced by the noise in the world. This short talk might be just what they need.
Walter “Buddy” Reisinger may just be one of the most interesting people at Hill Investment Group. His family has deep roots in the iconic beer company Anheuser-Busch. Buddy worked at the brewery after graduating from Princeton, and then UCLA for his MBA. His late mother created the famous Vivienne salad dressing which was bottled and sold coast to coast. Buddy had a beloved pet potbelly pig, his go-to karaoke song is “Come Sail Away,” and he secretly wishes he could be a DJ on a classic rock radio station. All that and he’s crazy smart with a kind heart. You’ll see a bit of that here in his video where he talks about what got him to become a fiduciary advisor and what keeps him here serving you. Enjoy.
Please also join us in congratulating Buddy on his first hole in one he sank this month!