The “Fiduciary Rule” – what it might mean for you...

Editor's Note: As of May, 2018, the so-called Fiduciary Rule seems to be permanently on hold. Financial companies have successfully sued to stop it; the Department of Labor is choosing not to defend it; and the courts have declined to give the States standing to pursue the matter. We may write a new article discussing this important subject matter in the future. In the meantime....  Blair Hall Advisors continues to function as a fiduciary for all our clients always. Our original article remains below.

John Correia Joins Blair Hall Advisors

Blair Hall Advisors is pleased to announce that John Correia has joined the firm as a Wealth Manager and Investment Strategist.

“John brings a broad skillset, tremendous experience, world-class education and training—and so much more—to Blair Hall Advisors,” says Founder and Managing Partner, Tom Gerson. “Most important, he’s a person of great character. I am so delighted that he’s joined forces with us.”

Is Your Portfolio a Well-Planned Garden or a Sprawling Mess?

A well-managed investment portfolio is like a beautiful garden: it may look simple and serene, yet it is the product of thoughtful planning as well as attentive maintenance. The difference is that all of us can see whether a garden is founded on good design, intelligently executed, while few of us know how to tell when an investment portfolio reflects careful planning.

At Blair Hall Advisors, we are constantly reviewing the work of other advisors, and we’ve noticed a few things a layperson can look for. If any of these common warning signs describes your advisor’s work, you might not be getting the financial advice you need.