The Penn-Atlantic Group at Morgan Stanley* is dedicated to helping to build and preserve wealth for our clients. Our team is committed to helping our clients achieve their financial goals by understanding their needs, offering quality investment advice, and providing unparalleled service. Our clients’ investment objectives and financial needs govern all portfolio decisions. We take pride in our commitment in seeking to build successful and lasting relationships and delivering excellent value to our clients.
Our Investment Philosophy:
It is our goal to formulate and execute customized financial strategies designed to meet the individualized needs of our clients. We define investment goals utilizing strategic asset allocation strategies. It is our belief that asset allocation is the key to successful long-term investing.
“A goal without a plan is just a wish” -Anonymous
To move beyond that wish, the Penn-Atlantic Group at will help you develop an understanding of your unique goals and objectives, and devise a plan that suits you.
Our Firm has helped redefine the meaning of financial services. We pride ourselves in providing new opportunities for an investor like yourself to help build, manage, and preserve your wealth.
We take the time to understand who you are, and devise a strategy that fits your needs. It is our responsibility to provide you with accurate information and with the necessary advice to help make sound investment choices.
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-Asset allocation does not guarantee a profit or protect against a loss in a declining financial market.
See February On the Markets from the Global Investment Committee featuring
• “What’s Holding It Up?” A chair or table with four sturdy legs can be remarkably strong and hold much more than its weight. Same thing for the stock market, writes Michael Wilson, chief investment officer of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. Those who ignore the market’s legs are likely to be too bearish and conservative in their positioning.
• “The Big Debates of 2017” In this roundup, Morgan Stanley & Co. strategists and analysts offer out-of-consensus views on such major questions as trade policy, drug pricing and whether Japan will be the world’s best stock market this year.
• “The Case for Active Management” Since the financial crisis, passive investment strategies have outperformed active managers. Lisa Shalett, who heads investment and portfolio strategies for Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, thinks the investment environment has changed in a way that will allow active managers to outperform.
• Plus, look for more on economics, equities, bonds and a Q&A with Bill Nolin of Aligned Investors, who discusses how he finds companies where management incentives are aligned with investor interests.
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