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"Don't look for the needle in the haystack. Just buy the haystack!" Jack Bogle

LPL has no proprietary investment or protection products like Mutual Funds, Exchange Traded Funds, Annuities, or any other type of Insurance Products. There is no pressure from our representatives to push company products because we don't own or manage any. Therefore we have no hidden agendas of pushing company products so our advisors  are free to offer specialized advice on the Mutual Fund Families and specific Mutual Funds that they feel is in the best interest of that clients unique's goals. We have agreements with some of the biggest and oldest Money Managers in the Industry. Here are just a few.


  • ALLIANCE BERNSTEIN
  • ABERDEEN
  • AMERICAN BEACON
  • AMERICAN CENTURY
  • AMERICAN FUNDS
  • BAIRD
  • BARON
  • BLACKROCK
  • BMO
  • BOSTON PARTNERS
  • CALAMOS
  • CALVERT
  • COHEN & STEERS
  • COLUMBIA
  • CREDIT SUISSE
  • DAVIS
  • DELAWARE
  • DREYFUS
  • DWS (FKA DEUTSCHE)
  • EATON VANCE
  • FEDERATED
  • FIDELITY
  • FIDELITY ADVISOR
  • FRANKLIN TEMPLETON
  • GABELLI
  • GOLDMAN SACHS
  • GUGGENHEIM
  • HARBOR
  • HARTFORD
  • HSBC
  • INVESCO
  • ICON
  • IVY
  • JANUS
  • JOHN HANCOCK
  • JP MORGAN
  • LAZARD
  • LEGG MASON
  • LOOMIS SAYLES
  • LORD ABBETT
  • MADISON
  • MAINSTAY
  • MERIAN GLOBAL
  • MFS
  • MORGAN STANLEY
  • NATIONWIDE
  • NATIXIS
  • NEUBERGER BERMAN
  • NUVEEN
  • OAKMARK
  • OPPENHEIMER
  • PACIFIC
  • PGIM
  • PIMCO
  • PIONEER
  • PRINCIPAL
  • PROFUNDS
  • PUTNAM
  • RBC
  • ROYCE
  • RUSSELL
  • SEI
  • SSGA
  • STERLING CAPITAL
  • T ROWE PRICE
  • THORNBURG
  • TOUCHSTONE
  • TRANSAMERICA
  • UBS
  • USAA
  • VANGUARD
  • VICTORY
  • VOYA
  • WELLS FARGO


With so many Mutual Fund families and Mutual Funds its important to do thorough research on the funds you own. Many people own numerous funds in their brokerage accounts, their 401ks and other type of retirement accounts and have no idea what type of funds they own, its performance, or if its suitable to their risk tolerance and investment goals. We offer many types of research and evaluation tools to educate you on the performance of the funds you own or assist you in choosing the correct funds most likely to suit your financial goals. We also have fundamental philosophies in helping us in doing our due diligence.

When doing our research and analysis of clients portfolios from other firms or their 401ks one concern we frequently see is fund overlap. Fund Overlap occurs when an investor owns two or more mutual funds that have similar objectives and therefore hold many of the same securities. For a simple example, if an investor owns two stock mutual funds and they both invest in many of the same stocks, the similarities create an effect of reducing the benefits of diversification by increasing exposure to those same stocks -- an unwanted increase in market risk.

"Know What You Own, and Why You Own It"  Peter Lynch

Please feel free to contact us for a complimentary review of your mutual funds.

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There is no guarantee that a diversified portfolio will enhance overall returns or outperform a non-diversified portfolio. Diversification does not protect against market risk. Investing in mutual funds involves risk, including possible loss of principal. 
Investing in mutual funds involves risk, including possible loss of principal. Fund value will fluctuate with market conditions and it may not achieve its investment objective. 

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