Wealth Management for You
We take your success personally.
Brad Sherman, President, Lead Financial Advisor
Brad founded Sherman Wealth Management because he believes that every client deserves the highest level of individualized attention, regardless of their age or the size of their financial profile.
“Every client of Sherman Wealth Management receives an individual plan based on the open lines of communication we have – we discuss everything in regard to the client’s present situation and future goals, and we create a plan that works,” noted Sherman.
Brad prides himself on being an advocate for his clients, providing a Fiduciary, fee-only service, designed to make clients feel comfortable with their investment choices and strategies.
Brad has appeared in many notable publications and media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Investopedia, CNBC, MarketWatch, Business Insider and more. He is also the co-host of Launch Financial, a weekly podcast.
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What Is Your Investment Style?
Interested in investing to build wealth? The stock market can be thrilling during bull markets and nerve wracking during deep recessions, but we at Sherman Wealth Management are here to guide you along the way. The key to successful investing is not to act on greed or fear, but rather to establish a sound and steady investment strategy aligned to your risk tolerance despite Wall Street hype and media noise.
When you partner with Sherman Wealth Management, we create an investment strategy that considers how comfortable you are with risk. Whether you’re an aggressive investor who wants to participate in both the upside and downside volatility of the stock market, or you want to stay on the conservative side and protect your money at the cost of fully capturing the rewards of a bull market, we’ll create a customized investment strategy specifically tailored to your preferred level of risk to help you remain confident despite the ups and downs of the market.
Are you a risk taker or a conservative investor? Find out your risk number by taking our investment risk analysis.
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