Creating andPreserving Wealth
February 12, 2020
Will the 20s Roar? Check out this article looking forward on the new decade. Read More >
August 26, 2019
WALL STREET JOURNAL 130 YEARS IN REVIEW. Check out this interesting article of the history and evolution of Wall Street! Read More >
August 22, 2019
RCM Director of Marketing Kali Jakobi was featured in the University of Kentucky Alumni Profiles Newsletter! Read More >
October 26, 2018
Recent whipsaw action in the stock markets is a classic reminder why we do not put all of our money in one area of the market...Read More ›
September 19, 2018
Major changes are coming to 3 popular sectors of the market. Read More ›
July 18, 2018
Tom Martin talks with Jack Russell, senior founding partner of Russell Capital Management. Read More ›
July 10, 2018
Senior Partner, Justin Sautter's comments on the 2nd quarter of 2018. Read More ›
May 29, 2018
R5 similarities between bourbon & investing by senior partner, Just Sautter & Bob Eidson. Read More ›
Russell Capital Management serves as the trusted advisor and financial manager for working and retired professionals, multi-generational families, their companies and their charitable foundations. Simply put: our job is to create and preserve wealth. We focus on portfolio growth tempered with a vigilant oversight of downside risk.
No two people are the same and our advisors know this better than most. Our deep financial knowledge and broad life experience informs our every decision, with only one goal in mind: your ideal future.
With decades of experience, we’re excited to help you prepare for every eventuality, no matter what.
We believe every person deserves access to sound, informed financial advice. Regardless of your situation, risk tolerance, and goals we’re ready to help you prepare for the future. Come rain or shine, together we’ll encourage your investments to grow for years to come.
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