Age is just a number.
But that number can have a direct impact on the success of your portfolio.
Today the average age of a financial advisor is 51 with 38% of advisors expecting to retire in the next 10 years, according to Cerulli Associates.
Just 10% of financial advisors today are under age 35.
And that's another way Haddonfield is different.
My name is Adam, and while I may have been in this game for some time (since 2004), I will still be in the game when you retire. I am also an Accredited Investment Fiduciary, which means I have to put you first.
Are you more worried about your retirement or your advisors? What are you going to do when your advisor retires in 10 years or less and you have to start all over again?
HOW WE GIVE BACK
Haddonfield's goal is to give back 5% of profits each year to causes and charities based in and around Haddonfield, NJ.
Here are just a few of the organizations we support:
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