Anthony Harcourt, CIMA®
As a Portfolio Manager, I focus on monitoring our clients’ investments and assisting in the research efforts for the Investment Committee. I also provide support to Portfolio Managers and internal teams regarding all facets of investment management and analysis, as well as assisting in client service and care.
Professional Investment Experience
- Experience includes investment research and analysis, as well as the servicing of portfolios to help meet client goals.
- Bedel Financial Consulting, Inc., Portfolio Manager
- Bedel Financial Consulting, Inc., Investment Analyst
- Charles Schwab & Co., Inc., Investment Representative
- Bedel Financial Consulting, Inc., Investment Committee Intern
- Bachelor of Liberal Arts, Economics, Hanover College
- Certified Investment Management Analyst®
When it comes to asset allocation, there’s no solution that’s one-size-fits-all. As you near retirement, it’s increasingly important to be sure that your balance of stocks to bonds is appropriate. We’ve detailed two methods to help determine what your asset allocation should look like.
Do you know what’s in your portfolio? While your answer might be “Yes,” it’s a good idea to look a bit closer to be sure you’re taking the amount of risk you intended. If you use index funds within your portfolio, be sure to understand the underlying stocks within each fund. This can easily alter how well your investments are meeting your expectations.
Most everyone knows that student loan debt is on the rise. But what many might not understand are the far-reaching consequences of that rising debt. A recent study published by the Federal Reserve studies the link between rising student debt and the drop in homeownership amongst young Americans. We examine the study’s findings and how this might affect today’s young adults.
How are today’s young adults feeling about their current and future financial success? Turns out, they’re pretty optimistic. But is that optimism misguided? We break down the results of a recent Schwab survey to identify areas where young adults might need a dose of reality.
If your investment portfolio is exposed to economies whose currencies continue to depreciate against the U.S. dollar, the risk in your portfolio can rise. What causes this and what does it mean to you? Anthony explains this growing trend and how to be sure you’re comfortable with the amount of risk in your portfolio.
You’ve planned your dream vacation, but be sure it doesn’t turn into a financial nightmare! With a bit of planning ahead of time, you can ensure your finances are squared away for your trip and avoid any unnecessary interruptions to your cash flow. Read on for our best tips on protecting your money while traveling abroad.
The popularity of mobile payment apps is on the rise, and it’s never been easier and more convenient to repay that friend or co-worker you owe money. But with that convenience also comes some risk. If you’re using an app to complete a peer-to-peer transaction, are you sure your personal information is secure and private?
When donating to charity, it’s important to develop a strategy that meshes with your financial goals and tax situation.
What size is your market cap? Prudent investors know that company size is an important factor when building a portfolio.
After years of underperformance compared to U.S. stocks, international stocks have sprung to life over the past 12 months. This is welcomed news for ...
What’s the one deadly sin that can ruin your financial future? Answer: Spending when you should be saving! If you are part of the millennial ...
Cyber attacks on the Democratic National Committee and Yahoo have made headlines recently. In both cases, emails were hacked and important personal ...