Your Individual Investment Program
National Capital Financial Group understands that the needs of each client are unique. The investment returns and time horizons you desire are probably quite different from any other client. The Investment Team at National Capital Financial Group will guide you through the process of building an individually tailored portfolio, including:
1. Understanding Your Goals
Working with our team, you'll go through a series of questions that help clarify your current financial position, investment goals, and outlook. This evaluation also gives you a complete picture of your risk tolerance, time horizon, and cash flow.
2. Developing Your Investment Policy Statement
An Investment Policy Statement is designed to outline how your account should be managed. This document usually summarizes risk tolerance, time horizon, asset allocation*, fund selection, and the rebalancing criteria by which your accounts are managed. This will serve as your blueprint for investment success.
3. Designing Your Portfolio
When investment objectives are clear, we will develop possible investment allocation strategies. Strategies are selected for optimal asset allocation, which can be the most important decision affecting your long-term investment performance. How assets are dispersed from various asset classes can have more impact on performance than the selection of a specific mutual fund, stock, or bond within an asset class.
4. Implementing Your Plan
With a wide range of investments in a flexible investment platform, we can customize your portfolio by assisting you in selecting suitable investments such as no-load mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), stocks, bonds, variable annuities, and individual money managers.
5. Conducting Periodic Portfolio Reviews
Your portfolio will be reviewed periodically to provide you with a report that encompasses investment objectives and portfolio performance. Your adviser representative will use the review to help ensure that progress is being made toward meeting your personal goals.
All investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal. There is no assurance that any investment strategy will be successful. Asset allocation is an investment strategy that will not guarantee a profit or protect you from loss.