How Strong Compares With Traditional Stock Brokers

Most Traditional Brokers
Typically Not Licensed As A Portfolio Manager / Decision Maker Direct Access To Your Licensed Portfolio Manager/Decision Maker
In Most Cases, Do Not Have Input From Analysts Of Other Brokerage Firms Portfolio Manager Has Access To Speak Directly With Corporate Management, Analysts Of Other Firms, & Ask Questions During Company Management Conference Calls
Multiple Customers With All Different Goals, Difficult To Follow Each Client’s Specific Needs & Goals Focused On Finding Opportunities For All Clients, Generally Having Only Three Objectives To Track
Paid Commissions For Transactions, Even If The Customer Doesn’t Benefit Objective Of Keeping Client Costs Low, Paid Based On Assets Under Management. Our Fees Only Increase If Client’s Account Value Increases
Could Charge Much Higher Fees Than Institutional Rates Low, Institutional-Rate Expenses
Licensed Securities Brokers/Sales Persons Registered Investment Advisory Firm, With Portfolio Manager Holding Series 65 Investment Advisory Law License
May Collect Large Commissions And 12.b.1. Fees From Selling Mutual Funds Does Not Collect Commissions or 12.b.1 Fees

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