We’re not like other wealth management firms, which is why we don’t talk like other wealth management firms. So instead of wading through a paragraph of industry jargon, we are going to cut right to it.
Instead of approaching the task of managing our clients’ wealth with an inflated sense of confidence, and overused adjectives, at Kinsted we’ve opted for a different route -- complete transparency, values that we talk about less and demonstrate more, and a team of exceptionally well-educated, financial minds.
We have been safeguarding and growing our clients’ money free from undue influence for close to two decades. As an independent firm, we’ve made decisions unfettered by the pressures of large institutions, undisclosed kickbacks, and hidden commissions, which means more money in your pocket.
The capital markets continued their road to recovery in the third quarter, albeit with some gut churning volatility. Investors who were able to withstand the quarter’s instability, were rewarded with decent growth in their portfolios.
So, what does classic rock have to do with investing? Billy Joel provided the ultimate response in writing the song “We didn’t start the Fire” - the song is an eclectic debrief of headline events during the mid to late 1900’s that were a cause of uncertainty, polarization, and mania. Let take a retrospective overview of historic events and their impact on the markets!