Many times when people think about the term "financial advisor," they think "stock market." However, proper investment management considers each individual investor. You have a unique perspective, so you deserve unique investment advice, and you'll get that with our wealth advisors at Century Financial.
What is Investment Management?
When you invest money, you hope that its value goes up. The big question: where should you invest it? At different times, some types of investments will give you a better chance to make your money grow than others, making it difficult to select the right investment.
Our approach is to select multiple different types of investments to accommodate an ever-changing economy, which is called "diversification."
Why should I care?
You know how gas used to be less than $1, a new car used to sell for way cheaper, and the first Big Mac cost $0.45? Well, get used to prices being higher. This is a phenomenon called inflation.
A well-structured investment plan can help your money grow faster than inflation, meaning that you have more money to spend later in life than if you just stuck all your money in a savings account. This means hitting your goals faster, like sending your kids to college or retiring.
What's in it for me?
In a properly designed investment strategy with our wealth advisors, you get:
Access to world-class money managers
Two-way communication about how your accounts are doing
An automated, hands-off system to invest your money (if you're still saving)
Guidance during times of uncertainty, when having the right investments matter the most
Who is Century Financial?
Century Financial is a wealth management firm located in Germantown, Tennessee. Our financial advisors have about three decades of combined experience in asset management, financial planning, and other related services for clients in the Memphis area and beyond. Learn how you can grow and preserve your wealth with guidance from our team.
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