Who We Serve
Who would make an ideal Rosenthal client?
Many have asked us who might make a good client so they may refer friends, co-workers, or family to us. We highly value our clients and therefore wish for both parties to mutually benefit from our advisor/client relationships. Because of this, we realize that not everyone would be a good fit for our firm.
Limiting our clientele has several advantages:
Allows us to pay special attention to the needs of clients whose investment philosophies fit with our strategies
Provides clear expectations of both parties in our advising relationship
Brings more experience to the table by specializing in certain types of clients
Types of people we are most often able to help include:
Current or past employees of Verizon, AT&T, or Lockheed Martin
Family or close friends of current clients
Anyone recently widowed or divorced
Individuals seeking a second opinion or who are unhappy with their current advisor
Individuals who are changing jobs or retiring
Individuals receiving an inheritance or settlement
Types of people we may refer to another firm include:
Clients seeking a “market timing” strategy
Investors seeking a portfolio heavily-weighted in one type of stock or asset class (eg, precious metals)
Those with less than $500,000 of investable assets (including employer plans)
Our criteria for deciding to move forward with a new client is based on their having an asset level best serviced by our areas of experience and their having a philosophy congruent with ours. Although we do have a $500,000 household minimum investment for new clients, special exceptions may apply for close friends or family members of current clients. We offer our initial consultation free of charge to guide and advise all referrals regarding their financial futures.
If for any reason we determine our firm is not the right fit for someone, please be assured that we will point them in the right direction to ensure their needs are met.