Asset Management

Audio Podcast – 1st Quarter 2015 and Brief Overview of IRA Rules at Age 70!

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Happy Spring Everyone! Enclosed is an audio podcast we hope you enjoy. Tom discusses the first quarter of 2015 investment results and some thoughts about what we might expect going forward. Steve and Jill review the basic requirements for IRA holders once they turn 70 1/2 and must begin taking Required Minimum Distributions from their accounts. We hope you enjoy listening to the podcast and welcome any comments, questions, or future topics you might find helpful. Disclosure: Please remember that discussions on the podcast are not to be taken as specific investment advice. Always consult with...

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3rd Quarter Market Review – Podcast

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2013 3rd Quarter Audio Podcast with Tom Hofbauer of Trilogy Wealth Advisors TomPodcast10-22-13 Here is the chart that Tom refers to during the...

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Asset Management

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All Returns Are Not Created Equal At Trilogy Wealth Advisors our approach to asset management services is based on a core philosophy that “Return in absolute terms means nothing without the context of Risk.” Often we hear individuals talk about their returns (or lack thereof) but they never mention what level of risk they took to achieve said return. Risk and the management of that risk is also the driving force behind our portfolio strategy. In summary, our portfolios reflect our belief that:   Markowitz Portfolio Theory is a solid foundation upon which to build consistent...

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