Our Philosophy

Our philosophy is simple. We want to provide personalized service to each of our clients, offer clear and candid advice, and develop long-term, personal relationships so we can effectively advise our clients on the financial matters that face them throughout their lives.

Whether you are saving for your child’s education, concerned with whether or not you will have enough money to retire, or protecting your family, Investment Centers of America can help. We offer great value as a long-term partner in your financial journey, providing you with specialized, transparent guidance both before and after you retire. Together, we will develop a comprehensive strategy to apply toward the achievement of your specific goals and aspirations.

What you can expect from Tyler Rusch and Investment Centers of America

Tyler will work closely with you to understand your specific financial goals, risk tolerance, time horizon and investment preferences. Based on that understanding, we can help you:

  • Develop an integrated, personalized investment program based on your financial goals.
  • Provide investment strategies that match your objectives and suggest the right asset mix for your portfolio.
  • Diversify your assets to minimize risk and maximize return. ¹
  • Help you manage the impact of taxes and inflation on your investments.
  • Monitor the performance of all your investments.
  • Rebalance your investments periodically to maintain your desired asset allocation.
  • Provide regular, detailed reporting on your portfolio’s activity and performance.
  • Meet with you to review the status of your plan and any major changes in your personal financial situation.

Be available to answer questions and provide information on market events and opportunities.
If you needed medical attention would you attempt your own diagnosis or would you seek the opinion and services of a trained medical professional. Similarly, your financial health may be better served by seeking professional advice on issues concerning your financial future.

¹  Neither diversification nor asset allocation necessarily protects an investor from loss in a volatile or declining market.