We at Schultz Financial Group, Inc. (SFG) are proud to announce an exciting change in our ownership structure, solidifying our commitment to sustained growth and exceptional service. Effective January 1, 2023, two longstanding and accomplished team members assumed co-ownership of the firm, further enhancing our dedication to our clients and our vision for the future.
Bill Hortz, Founder of the Institute for Innovation Development, recently interviewed Alyssa (Yocom) Dalbey, CPWA®, CFP® and Wealth Manager at Schultz Financial Group (SFG) about SFG’s approach to wealth management: Hortz: Can you share with us the thinking behind developing your Four Capitals of Wealth approach with your clients? Dalbey: By working closely with our
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We are pleased to announce that Alyssa (Yocom) Dalbey, CFP® recently earned the Certified Private Wealth Advisor® (CPWA®) certification. Alyssa is only one of nine financial services professionals in Reno to have obtained the CPWA® certification and only one of two women in Reno to obtain the certification. The CPWA® designation is an advanced professional
What is a Private Investment? A private investment, also commonly referred to as an alternative investment, is a financial asset outside public market assets such as stocks, bonds, and cash. Qualified investors often access private investments through an investment fund. Examples of private investment fund sectors include private credit, real estate, natural resources, private equity,
There are no guarantees in investing, just varying degrees of potential risk vs. potential reward. Identifying the degree of risk versus reward associated with a particular investment requires a carefully thought-out due diligence process. This is especially true in the context of hedge funds.