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How much do you charge for your services?
AFirst initial meeting is free. My advisory fee is based upon the size of the account of portfolio being managed. Business planning, budgeting, etc. are charged on a case by case basis depending upon the scope of the work. My hourly standard rate is $250 an hour. I charge $250 a year for 401K consulting. Financial plans start at $1,000 and increase depending upon the scope of the work. Some products pay a commission. I am paid directly by the company not the client. I will always be upfront with you on how much you are paying before any work begins.
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How do you get paid?
ASome companies that I use pay me commission, i.e. insurance and retail products. Some of the work that I do, such as consulting, financial planning or advising is paid directly by the client. I will always be upfront with you on how you are compensating me and the cost before any work begins.
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Do you have quotas or obligated to sell a specific or proprietary products?
ANo. I am 100% independent. I am a fiduciary. As a fiduciary I am obligated to always put my clients interest first before my own.
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What licenses, certifications and/or credentials do you have?
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I have my Series 7 registration (General Securities Examination). This license allows me to help my clients with stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETF’s, CD’s, REIT’s, options and other investments.

I have my Series 63 registration (Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination). This examination covers the principles of state securities regulations reflected in the Uniform Securities Act.

I have my Series 66 registration (Uniform Combined State Law Examination). This license allows me to help my clients with investment advice and consulting. A person with a Series 66 is usually refered to as an IAR (Investment Advisor Representative).

I have my Life and Health licenses. These licenses allow me to help my clients with their life and health insurance needs.

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What is your investment philosophy?
AThe number and diversity of investment choices available today are simply staggering.  Now, you choose from dozens of asset classes with broad diversification that may help manage volatility in your portfolio.

In some cases Hutton Financial Advisors uses discretionary asset management which allows us to pro-actively manage your accounts. Here is a look inside our investment strategy.

  • 4-Step Investment Management Process
    • Step 1: Create portfolios based on asset and sector classes in which we believe there are opportunities. Identify and capitalize.
    • Step 2: Monitor and evaluate non-proprietary investment vehicles for utilization in your portfolios.
    • Step 3: Utilize multiple quantitative analysis tools to implement our buy/sell decision-making process.
    • Step 4: Monitor and evaluate legal insider trading activity to enhance market entry and exit points. Track what company executives are doing with their own money.
  • Asset Classes and Sectors
    • Using our Strategy, there are a wide array of investment products in different asset classes and investment sectors. Since our worldwide economy is dynamic, this list of investment options changes on a regular basis. We are continuously monitoring the investment landscape to try to identify tomorrow’s winners today.

Investing involves risk, including the potential loss of principal. No investment strategy, including diversification, can guarantee a profit or protect against loss.

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What happens to my money if something happens to you?
AI have a succession plan in place with a longtime colleague and friend, Jill Slayton in Heath, Texas. We share the same core values and investment philosophy so the business model is close to the same. This plan is to help ensure a seamless transition for all my clients in the event that something happens to me. Jill is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional and has been in business since 1985. You can learn more about her at: www.slaytonwealth.com
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How do you ensure that your firm remains in compliance with legal and regulatory statutes?
AOur company is audited on an on-going basis with all employees having gone through extensive background checks and fingerprinted. I attend regular business conference to stay on the cutting edge of what is going on in the market as well as regulatory changes that affect everyone.
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Has Paul Hutton been sued, received disciplinary infractions for unlawful or unethical actions?
ANo.
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Do you accept fiduciary responsibility?
AYes, I am a fiduciary. As a fiduciary I am obligated to always put my clients interest first before my own.
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What investment firms do you use in your practice?
ABecause we are an independent financial services, we can use any investment as long as it’s not proprietary products. I use a product agnostic approach to investing. I strive to provide quality, cost-effective products. I like to use equities when possible because it helps keep the cost lower than using other products such as mutual funds, exchange traded funds and insurance products. I generally like to use companies such as Vanguard, iShares, and Fidelity to name a few. I have worked numerous mutual funds and exchange traded funds such as American Funds, Ariel, Baron, BlackRock, Franklin Templeton, Harris Oakmark, Hodges, Invesco, Janus, J.P. Morgan, Lazzard, Mellon, Oppenheimer, Neuberger Berman, Pimco, T. Rowe Price, Vanguard and many others. I have worked with numerous insurance companies such as AIG, American General, American Skandia, Hartford, Jackson National Life, Midland National, Sun America, Transamerica, Union Central, Western Reserve Life, and many more.
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Do you have different models dependent on client’s risk tolerance?
AYes, I have multiple models based upon each client’s specific needs. Typically models are broken up in several categories:

  • Conservative
  • Moderate
  • Growth
  • Stock
  • Specialty
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What is the difference between Active and Passive Investing?
AActive Investing is buying quality investments, monitoring and changing them on a proactive and ongoing basis. This requires a lot more hands on and time and attention. Passive Investing is often referred to as “buy and hold.” Using passive investing approach I invest in quality investments and hold them for longer periods of time based upon a client’s unique risks, needs and desires.
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What is your Investment Philosophy?
AWe specialize in Active Investing and maintaining a diligent eye on your investment portfolios.
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How often do you evaluate my situation and provide an up-to-date forecast?
AMy services are customized to help each client meet their specific needs. Typically I meet with our clients on a quarterly, semi-annual, and annual basis. I also realize that there are special times and events in life that require us to meet more often. I understand those needs and am happy to sit down with you as much as needed to take care of your specific needs.
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Does Hutton Financial Advisors do any special events for their clients?
AI offer a variety of events each year, ranging from hobby specific to client appreciation and educational workshops. Please see our calendar for details of this year’s activities or ask me or one of my staff the next time you talk to us. If there is an event you are interested in attending please contact my office.
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What organizations are you associated with?
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Rotary Weatherford

Lions Club, Borger and Weatherford

Better Business Bureau, (A+ Rating)

Financial Planning Association

Borger Chamber of Commerce

Weatherford Chamber of Commerce

East Parker County Chamber of Commerce

The Hutton Foundation

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Do you sell your mailing list?
ANo. Absolutely Not!

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