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“For the sailor who does not know where to set his course, there are no favorable winds.” ~ Seneca

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Behavioral Investment Advice: Investment Performance vs. Investor Behavior

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Welcome to Point Comfort Wealth Management 

 

For over 400 years, the area known as Point Comfort, Virginia, has served explorers, settlers and seafarers as a landmark of safety and security. When reaching this point, you knew you were safe; you knew you were home. You reached a point of comfort.

We provide comprehensive financial planning  and independent investment advice to individuals, families and businesses.  As behavioral investment advisors, we work with our clients to help avoid common yet damaging mistakes many investors make without a trusted advisor by their side.  Together we'll work to organize, manage and monitor your financial affairs over a lifetime relationship based on competent, caring advice and personalized service.

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