Who We Serve
You care deeply about your time and relationships. You view money as a tool for improving your overall well being. You enjoy new and changing technology. You want to make measured financial decisions and concede that personal finance isn't your core competency. You are working towards your financial independence.
You work in the technology field. Whether in Denver or anywhere in our beautiful country.Sounds Like Me
You can see the retirment "finish line" and there are lots of decision to make.Sounds Like Me
Life moves very fast and doing all you can to keep up, may not be enough.Sounds Like Me
Tackling a career, student loans and building a nest egg is a lot of work.Sounds Like Me
About David Connelly
Thank you for checking us out. I am David, and I have been helping people make smart choices about their money since 2002. I strongly believe that to serve you best I must do two things right every time. I am always accountable to my clients, which means, I say what I do, and do what I say. I also built my firm on integrity and trust, because I believe that doing what is right for you is better for my business in the long run.
I am always looking for more great clients to help. You can get started by determining your Risk Number or by clicking the "let's talk" button below to schedule a call to see if we are great fit.Let's Talk
How We are Different
Boy, do we love technology. We use leading edge risk and portfolio management tools. We can share, schedule or meet with you virtually.
Our comprehensive software based tools help zero in on how much risk you should be taking in your portfolio.
You Are In Control
We provide detailed advice and consultation so you can make the smartest decisions for investing your portfolio.
We Cater to Techies
Whether it is a stock option question or related to a concentrated position at your current company or start up, we will work diligently to provide you answers.
We are devoted to lower cost investing. We work to ensure you keep as much of your hard earned money as possible.
Keeping Good Records is Good Business
Maintaining good records for your business not only helps to meet your tax and legal obligations, but it can save you money.
Orchestrating Your Retirement Accounts
Getting the instruments of your retirement to work in concert may go far in realizing the retirement you imagine.
The Cost of Procrastination
Procrastination can be costly. When you get a late start, it may be difficult to make up for lost time.
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