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Model Wealth Portfolios

Model Wealth Portfolios provides the framework to deliver a client-centered approach while maintaining advisor control and enabling efficiency. Focused on meeting client needs through theme-based investing, these portfolios also benefit from technological monitoring, rebalancing and tax management services implemented by the LPL Financial Overlay Portfolio Management Group. In Model Wealth Portfolios, clients will benefit from the simplicity of having one account, one set of paperwork, one fee and one report. Minimum model size varies by strategist and model from $25,000 to $150,000.

Overview
With Model Wealth Portfolios, you can leverage the expertise and resources of LPL Financial Research and portfolio strategists including BlackRock, Cougar Global Investments and Quantitative Advantage. Model Wealth Portfolios offers theme-based investment portfolios for a broad range of investor preferences, from income-focused portfolios to more aggressive wealth building portfolios. Each portfolio benefits from the combination of professionally designed asset allocation strategies and disciplined mutual fund and ETP (Exchange Traded Products) selections.

The Overlay Portfolio Management Group provides the added value of ensuring that your client is always invested in the most current recommended model for the investment objective and theme you have identified.

Model Wealth Portfolios offers a process-oriented approach to aligning clients’ unique investment goals with their customized portfolio. The process includes:

  • Portfolio construction-selecting investment theme
  • Choosing your investment strategist and investment vehicle
  • Implementation by the Overlay Portfolio Management Group
  • Ongoing account monitoring
  • Regular rebalancing to the target allocation for the model portfolio
  • Tax management services

An investment in Exchange Traded Funds (ETF), structured as a mutual fund or unit investment trust, involves the risk of losing money and should be considered as part of an overall program, not a complete investment program. An investment in ETFs involves additional risks such as not diversified, price volatility, competitive industry pressure, international political and economic developments, possible trading halts and index tracking errors. Investing in mutual funds involves risk, including possible loss of principal.