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Stephen R. Schuller

Stephen R. Schuller

Vice President | Financial Advisor

Stephen Schuller has 30 years of experience in the financial services industry and is a second-generation investment professional. Prior to joining Dorsey & Company, Stephen was President of his own financial services company, The Schuller Financial Group. His practice focuses on using asset allocation strategies to help clients develop an investment portfolio based on their own unique circumstances. Stephen works with clients in building laddered bond portfolios, advising on retirement and other tax-advantaged savings plans, and the placement of select types of insurance coverage. He also has a background in equity research and has received national recognition for his knowledge of micro-cap stocks.

Stephen has successfully completed SEC/FINRA/NASAA examinations to attain the following registrations:

  • Series 7 Full Registration/General Securities Representative
  • Series 26 Investment Company and Variable Contracts Products Principal
  • Series 55 Equity Trader
  • Series 63 Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination
  • Series 65 Uniform Investment Advisor Law Examination

He is a graduate of the University of New Orleans, a Certified Income Specialist, and a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor. Stephen has also created a seminar that focuses on basic investment principles and portfolio management skills. If you have a small group with inquiring minds looking for a speaker, please let him know.

Investment Advisory Process

I strive to work with clients who want to develop and implement long-term investment strategies based on their own unique goals, objectives, and tolerance for risk. In doing so, I employ the following investment advisory process in my tax-sensitive practice.

  1. Identify your investment objectives, risk tolerance, time horizon, tax sensitivity, and cash flow needs.

  2. Collect the information necessary to create an investment plan based on your unique circumstances.

  3. Present investment proposal that you understand and approve.

  4. Monitor and evaluate your plan on a regular basis.

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