• Frank Byrd and Stephen Korn

New Year, New Positioning


The past week has been a painful reminder that we live in an uncertain world. As Fielder looks to the future, we want to fortify our client portfolios and our operations to best navigate a fast-changing world. This 4-minute video outlines our thoughts on both fronts:



Fielder is excited to announce that we are relocating our team and office to Nashville. This move will position us to serve our growing clientele across the US from a more central and cost-effective location. We will maintain a New York presence and expect to be there often for client meetings (once COVID passes).


On the economic front, we believe the rate of change will accelerate. This will upset the old-world order, yet create new opportunities for the enterprising. There's a new sheriff in Washington. That's a positive for some investments, a negative for others. Being thoughtfully selective will win. Now is not the time to follow yesterday's game plan. It's a new game with new players and new rules.


Ultimately, we are pragmatic optimists. We believe the greatest innovation and growth of our lifetime is ahead of us, not behind us. Personally, I am very excited about the future for my 4-year-old son.


On that note, our team sends you our best wishes for a far happier New Year ahead!


Cheers,


Frank Byrd, CFA, CFP® Stephen Korn, CFA



IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: Fielder cannot promise any investment result. Every investment strategy has the potential for profit or loss. All investing involves risk including even the complete loss of invested principal. While the information presented herein is believed to be accurate, Fielder Capital Group LLC (Fielder) makes no express warranty as to the completeness or accuracy, nor can it accept responsibility for errors appearing in the document. Fielder is under no obligation to notify you of any errors discovered later or of any subsequent changes in opinions. Nothing herein should be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell any of these securities. It should not be assumed that any of the securities, transactions, or holdings discussed will prove to be profitable in the future or that investment recommendations or decisions Fielder makes in the future will be profitable or will equal the investment performance of the securities discussed herein. Fielder or its employees may have an economic interest in securities mentioned herein.

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