Barden Capital Has
Nearly twenty years of investment counseling
and portfolio management
What we offer you
We attempt to deliver consistent performance and reduce risk through diversification into various asset classes and market segments, factoring in taxes, inflation, the ever-changing markets, and your personal financial needs and desires. Clients receive statements they can understand, a year-end tax package, online access to their account information, our quarterly investment newsletter, systematic deposit and withdrawal capability.
Lower Portfolio Costs
Generally, management expenses are lower than that of the average mutual fund. Private accounts differ from mutual funds, which combine investor assets into one common portfolio. The account holder owns individual stocks, which allows for a personally tailored investment approach.
Private Account Advantages
At Barden Capital, you work with a portfolio manager who also helps identify your objectives for asset growth, income, principal protection and tax minimization. Throughout this process, depending on your needs, we will also consider your family requirements and tax considerations while maintaining a traditional focus on considerations of risk and return.
The Barden Capital Difference
Your plans and objectives become the basis for a portfolio that is designed for your particular needs. Whether you are looking for wealth preservation or accumulation, a privately managed account can be tailored to fit your requirements and risk tolerance. After carefully assessing client needs, we will devise an asset allocation that balances equity preferences and risk management. We can accommodate most special considerations you may have, including single stock or sector concentrations.
Eric Barden has been managing money for individuals and institutions for the past fourteen years. He is a frequent guest on CNBC and Bloomberg, and has been the subject of numerous articles appearing in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Smart Money, Business Week, Kiplinger’s and Forbes.