Our Qualifications

  • Dedication to Integrity and Diligence
  • An In-depth Understanding of How Markets Work
  • 'Independent' and proud of it!
  • Straight forward, coaching approach to pursuing your life goals
  • Commitment to excellence by Certified Financial Planner® Professionals
  • 30 Years of Investment Experience
  • Meaningful Family Protection and Insurance Strategies 
  • Design of Financial Game Plans using the best products and services available

We provide personalized services to many individuals and businesses in our community and around the country.

Our founding principal, Mike Sullivan, has been involved in the investment industry since 1987, has served as officer to well-known mutual fund companies, filled executive roles for institutional money managers, worked directly with fund boards, worked alongside numerous top-tier money managers, and trained other financial advisors to use the services we provide to our clients today.

Mike speaks frequently on topics that include markets, monetary policy, economic bubbles, public vs private pensions, energy, and the impact that broken math* may have on our future.

Our team members bring well-balanced industry and people skills to our Client relationships, along with a passion for making Client goals achievable.

Our most important qualification:  we care about our Clients' wealth as much as they do, and we work diligently to build, position and protect our Clients' wealth so that they are prepared for whatever comes our way.

* The term 'broken math' refers to the fact that the US national debt has well surpassed the annual Gross Domestic product, resulting in massive deficit spending that will further increase the debt, almost surely demanding more and more interest payable each year, as interest rates are already presently at historic lows and likely to rise. As of August 2012, for instance, the interest on the debt was 2.159% according to treasurydirect.org while GDP increased at a lesser 1.5% annualized rate ... despite Congress, the Fed & the Treasury conspiring to pile on an extra $100B per month to the debt from their deficit spending.  'Markets' are manipulated regularly via the Fed's invention of money to fund runaway spending.  Clearly, the math is 'broken'.  The key for investors will be navigating through the probable correction to the mathematical abuses in place today.  

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