Posts tagged “focus”

A little glitz at The Ritz, spending an afternoon with some of our long-term clients who have supported us and our business for many years. 
 
It is because of the loyal customers we have, that we've been blessed with this opportunity to keep on building and to keep on climbing that ladder towards eminent success. 
 
We are who we are today because of them and our gratitude goes far beyond the gesture of being thankful.  
 
''At Oakmount and Partners, we pride ourselves on delivering a level of service to our customers which they cannot find elsewhere''. 
 
In short, we aim to be the best at what we do by placing each client at the heart of our business so that they can enjoy a relationship that goes far beyond BETTER!. 
How Billionaires are Preparing for the Next Bear Market. 
 
No one likes to lose money, even if you have billions to spare. 
 
It’s why the prospect of a bear market – a prolonged downturn which sees stock prices fall by at least 20% over two months or more – is something that keeps even the world’s most elite investors awake at night. 
 
To hedge against this concern, the world’s billionaires use a variety of strategies and tactics to protect their wealth, including setting up their portfolios with specific asset allocations that can help soften any blow caused by an extended market downturn. 
At Oakmount we are passionate about our work 
& intensely focused on performing at the highest 
professional levels for our customers. 
 
We know that a disciplined approach towards investment 
is a key element in creating long-term wealth. 
 
As such, we're focused on yielding higher returns 
for our customers, so they are free to enjoy life's possibilities. 
 
Oakmount. Where dreams take shape... 
 
Investments are Subject to Status - T&C's Apply 
The Anatomy of a Market Correction. 
 
Markets are rarely a straight march forward. 
 
Even though the end destination is usually a bullish one, markets often take a far more scenic route to get there. Sometimes that means going off the beaten path, and other times it may mean taking a step directly backwards to get reoriented. 
 
In investing parlance, the latter situation can be described as a market correction: a short-term duration market move between -10% and -20%. 
 
These are significant declines that can be a “gut check” for investors, especially for those who haven’t experienced many of them in their investing careers. 
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