July 26, 2016 — Taylor and three partners, tired of being at the whim of the big firms, started their own firm in 1996, Northstar Investment Advisors. They started a new way of doing business — charging a fee, rather than working on commissions. The firm also built a custom portfolio to help clients to live on stock dividends. “We took an old-fashioned approach and modernized it,” Taylor said.
- Founded in 1995
- Independent Research
- $548 million Under Management
- Fee-Only Compensation Structure
- Wholly Owned By Our Partners
Independent Expertise, Individualized Attention
Northstar approaches the investment management business differently.
We put our clients’ interests first, providing prompt personal service, in-house technical expertise and a transparent fee structure that ties our success to yours.
Who We Serve
We work with individuals and families to help them build portfolios to support their lifestyles. For our clients who are saving for retirement, we have an investment strategy focused on accumulating wealth. For those living off their money, we have a portfolio designed to provide distributions.
Meet Our Team
Northstar is led by a team that understands the risk and return parameters of the financial markets and can offer prudent and careful guidance. Read our bios to learn more about our credentials.
July 14, 2016 — Northstar Investment Advisors has added Danette Penrod and John Riecke to it staff. Penrod has been appointed Client Services and Operations Manager and Riecke is serving as Operations Administrator.
June 14, 2016 — "On the surface, the Brexit question is rather simple: maintain the status quo or go it alone. However, the ramifications of leaving the European Union are very complicated and could have long-lasting effects on the British pound and Britain’s economy going forward."
June 1, 2016 — "If you are an investor, you pay attention to profits. Regardless of the GDP figures, if profits are shrinking, it's not good news for investors, whose success is based on the profits generated by the companies they own. If they don't generate profits, then the value of the business is eventually going to decline."
May 19, 2016 — "Shorting stocks is the single most-risky way to invest, simply because you don’t know what your downside risk is going to be. If you are long in a stock, it can only go to zero and you lose all of your original investment, but at least you know what that amount will be. If you sell a stock short and the stock continues to go up, there is no way to quantify your loss until you finally cover your short position."
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