For the past five years, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving has been celebrated as #GivingTuesday, a day to refocus on what matters most—giving back to those in need. Balentine believes strongly in giving, and this November has been no exception!
Balentine’s Director of Institutional Relationships and Chief Investment Officer explain the benefits of a Global Asset Allocation (GAA) strategy in the article “Don’t Let Buy and Hold Leave You in the Cold.”
Balentine has always believed in giving back to the communities through which we earn our living. Today, every member of our team is engaged with the community.
Balentine maintains an emphasis on continuing education, and employees are highly involved in industry and peer-group organizations.
There is a long-standing correlation between Super Bowl winners and the market’s performance for the remainder of the year.
Balentine was recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work in Money Management,” ranking second among firms with fewer than 50 employees.
Barron’s ranking of the Top 100 independents is based on assets under management, the quality of the advisors’ practices, and the revenue they generate for their firms.
Robert Balentine, Chairman robert-balentineand Chief Executive Officer of Balentine, was just named as one of the country’s Top Wealth Managers by Forbes. According to SHOOK Research, the firm behind the Forbes rankings, more than 11,000 nominations were received for this listing and more than 4,000 were invited to apply.
Balentine Chief Investment Officer Adrian Cronje spoke with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on some of the headwinds the economy is facing and how that played into the extreme volatility in the first month of 2016.
Robert Balentine discusses Q4 opportunities in a Forbes article titled, “How To Invest Your Money In Q4: Best Fund Picks From 10 Barron’s-Ranked Financial Advisors.”