• United Capital Management

    • Financial Services
    500 Main
    Almena, KS 67622
    (844) 283-3756

    About Us

    We believe that every client should have a written investment policy statement. We help our clients create an investment policy statement which puts their investment strategy in writing and enables read more
    • About

      We believe that every client should have a written investment policy statement. We help our clients create an investment policy statement which puts their investment strategy in writing and enables them to commit to a disciplined investment plan. This disciplined approach helps manage risk in volatile market environments by providing an objective framework for decisions thus minimizing potentially bad choices that may result from emotions such as greed and fear.

      When it comes to portfolio design, we manage each client's allocation and investment selection individually based on their overall goals and risk tolerance. We take an active rather than passive approach to investing. We compile research data and use this data to develop portfolios that we believe best fit the overall objectives of our clients. We rely on analytical research, forecasts, and our own judgment and experience in making investment recommendations to make sure our clients are properly diversified. We spread their portfolio among multiple investment vehicles, vary the risk in the securities we buy, and vary the securities by industry.

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