A. Michael "Mike" Adams has been managing client portfolios with a focus on superior returns for over 30 years. He holds a Master's degree from Carnegie Mellon and a BA from Oregon State University. Mr. Adams is very active in the Seattle area, serving on various boards and volunteering his expertise. He formed Adams Financial Concepts, LLC in 2005, and has published a verifiable track-record of performance for the last 17 years.
Adams Financial Concepts
Mike Adams and the team at Adams Financial Concepts are passionate to create and maintain wealth for our clients. While past performance is no guarantee of future results, AFC has built an enviable track record over the longer-term which few money managers can duplicate. AFC believes the Incentive Profit Sharing Account is a conservative approach that builds superior returns while mitigating risk. The profit sharing aspect means that AFC does not get paid unless the client makes money. AFC seeks clients who do not accept average or mediocre performance, but clients who want to win. We seek clients who believe that their manager should be able to, over the longer-term, beat the market.
This bull market has been running for 12 years. How much longer can it run, asks Mike Adams, president and principal, Adams Financial Concepts, LLC?
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Sponsored Content - Archegos, a $10 billion fund, may have lost $100 billion. The final number is not yet settled and may not be for several months, but the loss is huge and it all seems to have happened within 48 hours, says Mike Adams, president and principal, Adams Financial Concepts, LLC.
You've heard of these insights. They seem logical and reasonable. They do not work!
We have a passion for creating wealth. It is validated by the composite of client accounts. That composite is not theoretical, it is not back tested; it is not a model. It is the actual returns clients have achieved. It includes all clients with at least one quarter under management. It includes all clients whose accounts have been terminated. Chris Yand will be presenting the strategy used to achieve the 17+ year-long term success of beating the market.
It is true that higher returns usually mean higher risk. But does it always mean that? For 17 years the composite of our client accounts all inclusive and net of fees and costs has done better than the S&P 500 with dividends reinvested.
Ask most academics and investment authors and most investment professionals and they will tell you it is foolhardy to expect to beat the S&P 500. They will tell you to lower your expectations. But then how do you explain that over the past 16 years the composite of our clients at AFC has in fact done better than the S&P. The composite is the compilation of each of our equity clients with no carve outs. Is it luck or coincidence? We believe there is a reason, and our team is willing to share how the composite of our clients have beaten the S&P 500 over the last 16 years.