I advise clients on the following types of investments. The list is not exhaustive.

Clients typically have the bulk of their assets in no-load mutual funds and to a lesser extent, individual stocks and bonds. For commodities like oil, gold, or agricultural commodities I typically use ETFs.

I also manage investments in outside accounts like a client’s 401k or 403b plan at work or 529 Plan. For certain qualified clients public limited partnerships, energy working interests or a managed futures account may be appropriate.

Mutual Funds

  • Stocks
    •      United States
    •      Developed Market
    •      Emerging Markets
    •      Sector Funds (real estate, energy, tech, etc.)
  • Bonds
    •      Tax-free (municipal)
    •      Corporate
    •      High Yield
    •      Treasuries
    •      Foreign (local currency & hedged)
    •      Convertible
  • Commodities
  • Alternatives
  • Asset Allocation
  • Balanced
  • Currency
  • Index
  • Enhanced Index
  • Hedge


  • Individual US companies’ common stock
  • Foreign


  • Mutual Funds
  • Tax-free (municipal)
  • Corporate
  • Treasury

Money Market Funds

Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)

  •  Gold & Precious Metals
  •  Oil

Exchange-Traded Notes (ETNs)

Precious Metals

  • ETFs on Gold, Silver
  • Gold Mining Company Stocks


  • Managed Futures Accounts
  • ETFs & ETNs

Oil & Gas

  • Working Interests in Producing Fields

Convertible Securities

Closed End Funds


Management of Outside Assets

  • 401(k)
  • 403(b)
  • 529 Accounts
  • Annuities
  • Cash Balance Plans
  • Pensions