Stocks, Bonds, & Investment Products

We'll help you mix and match investment products to work toward accomplishing your unique financial goals.

A portfolio of investments that fits you.

We'll help you plan and curate the right mix of investments so you have a clear path forward. We'll chat through things like how much you want to invest, your reasons for investing, your ideal timing, and the amount of risk you're comfortable with to make your financial goals a reality.

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Types of Investments

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Get partial ownership in a company based on the number of shares you purchase. Stocks tend to fluctuate more in the short term, but may perform well over time.

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Loan money to a government or institution and receive interest in return. Though they typically have lower returns, bonds can provide more stability than stocks.

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Mutual Funds

Pool your money with others in a professionally managed portfolio. Mutual funds offer handy diversification through a mix of investments, such as stocks or bonds.1

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Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)

An ETF is a basket of securities traded throughout the day—like stocks—on a national stock exchange. Similar to mutual funds, you purchase shares of an overall fund rather than individual investments.2

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Annuities are a contract between you and an insurance company requiring the insurer to make payments to you, either immediately or in the future. You make contributions to the annuity for a guaranteed income stream.3

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Brokered Certificates of Deposit (CDs)

Brokered CDs are issued by banks, purchased in bulk by securities firms, and sold to clients. You don't receive physical certificates for brokered CDs, but you do get a periodic statement detailing your CD holdings.4 Brokered CDs' market value may fluctuate over time.

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