Frequently Asked Questions
Who Holds Client Investments?
CFPI never has possession or access to any client assets. All mutual fund shares or other investments are held in the client's name.
Will I Be Notified of Exchanges in Advance?
This is determined by the Managed Portfolio Program Agreement you have signed.
If CFPI has discretionary authorization under the Managed Portfolio Program Agreement, the Client may not receive advance notice of trades.
If CFPI does not have discretionary authorization under the Managed Portfolio Program Agreement, CFPI will notify and discuss all trades with the Client prior to execution.
Will All Exchanges Be Profitable?
No! There are times when losses have occured and these have to be expected in an attempt to avoid larger loss but still participate in a program of capital preservation and growth. A two year trial is suggested to allow for various market conditions.
Can CFPI Guarantee Consistently Favorable Results?
No! However, we believe that our Managed Portfolio Program offers clients a way to participate in the investment markets with controlled risk and continuous professional management.