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At Acropolis, we are personally committed to our clients. Building our business on trust, we strive to deliver outstanding service, sound advice and a positive investment experience. Our unique investment philosophy and strategies are based on both our extensive knowledge and on our real world experiences. We not only preach our philosophy, we believe in it and practice it with our own personal investments.

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Integrity and honest advice are our top priorities with fiduciary responsibilities and full transparency. Acropolis offers a personal approach to investment management that honors your goals.

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Every client has a team of Acropolitans that meet with you face to face and are dedicated to delivering timely information and responsive personal service at all times.

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Collaboration is our strong suit. Our team gets to know you, your financial objectives and your life goals. Then, we work together, to set the course for success.

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By applying the same investment philosophy and investing alongside our clients, we stay keenly aware of the risks and opportunities that we all face in the market.

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27 Apr 2015

Flash Crash Surprise, Five Years Later

It’s been almost five years since the ‘flash crash,’ when markets fell by about nine percent in less than 40 minutes in the middle of a trading day. Some well-established companies like Procter & Gamble fell by 40 percent within one minute while others like Sam Adams traded for just one penny per share even though it was selling for around $60 per share minutes earlier. I remember it vividly… Read More

24 Apr 2015

New Thoughts on the Active Passive Debate

Wednesday night, I was reading a new paper by some of the principles at AQR titled, ‘Fact, Fiction and Value Investing.’  You can find a copy here and this follows on a paper that they wrote last year called, ‘Fact, Fiction and Momentum Investing (which you can find here).’ Now that you’ve read our primers on value and momentum investing, no further explanation is required, although if you want a refresher, you… Read More

23 Apr 2015

China’s Red Hot Market

Last Friday, Chinese regulators said that they were going to make borrowing on margin more difficult for investors in an effort to curb the recent euphoria in Chinese stocks. I have to admit that I didn’t grasp just how hot Chinese markets have been recently, partly because the Chinese stock markets are broken up into multiple segments that are hard to follow and have dramatically different returns.   The Hang… Read More