At Queen City Capital Management, our continuing commitment to extraordinary service and support is the foundation of our success. Together, we have the STRENGTH AND BALANCE to build a successful future.
Queen City Capital Management is an independent Cincinnati based wealth management firm serving the needs of a select group of individuals, families and business owners in the Greater Cincinnati area and across the nation. Whether you are preparing for, approaching or enjoying retirement it is our goal to help you secure your financial future.
Our philosophy revolves around developing a prudent, globally diversified investment portfolio that focuses on the long-term investment goal, while at the same time being nimble enough to respond to shorter term opportunities and risks in the markets.
Queen City Capital Management employs a strategic & tactical approach to investments by utilizing both top-down macro analysis and bottom-up fundamental analysis partnered with periodic portfolio reallocation and rebalancing.
Submitted by Queen City Capital Management on July 26th, 2017
The term beneficiary crops up every now and again. Usually you’ll see it on an insurance form or hear about it in relation to a will, but despite the casualness we toss the term around with, beneficiaries are incredibly important.
Submitted by Queen City Capital Management on April 13th, 2017
If you’ve been listening to the financial media of late you have no doubt heard some experts prognosticating on the prospect of the next big bear market. Unquestionably, the stock market is at another crossroads that belies the concerns that most people have over the global economy. Even if their predictions are correct, should we be at all concerned? In the overall scheme of things, should we fear bear markets?
Submitted by Queen City Capital Management on October 10th, 2016
It has only been since the Baby Boomer generation began to cross the retirement threshold that we’ve had to seriously confront the new challenge of our longevity. Although most of us are now bracing for the probability of living 20 to 30 years in retirement (nearly double the retirement life spans of our grandparents), what isn’t quite as clear is that our actual longevity is a moving target. That is, the older we get, our life expectancy increases, and that can have serious implications for the way we plan for our retirement income.
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