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We are Homan Wealth Advisors, an independent wealth management firm serving a select national clientele who seek a prudent investment approach. Everything we do is based on a simple fiduciary promise: to do what's right for you, no matter what.

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Working together to focus on what really matters.

What if your financial advisors actually tied the decisions you’re making with your investments with your life? What if you knew they had the experience and the team that could help you achieve your most important goals? What if they could manage a process that takes away the anxiety of the uncertain future?

Find out at Homan Wealth Advisors.

We value evidence over emotion.

For decades, Wall Street and the financial media have been attempting to sell you on the idea that stock picking and finding the ‘next best thing’ can make investors rich. We help you tune out this unhelpful noise. Our evidence-based approach has proven that a globally diverse, low-cost mix of investments in a portfolio based on an investor’s unique risk tolerance is the best way to achieve long-term financial goals.

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Persistence Among Active Funds Is Hard To Come By

  • September 10th, 2018

New report, same old story. Larry Swedroe unpacks highlights from the most recent SPIVA scorecard that offer still more powerful evidence of active management’s continued failure to persistently outperform. Since 2002, S&P Dow Jones Indices has published its biannual Indices Versus Active (SPIVA) reports, which compare the performance of actively managed equity funds to their appropriate index…

Maintaining a Globally Diversified Portfolio

  • September 10th, 2018

Given their long underperformance relative to U.S. stocks, some investors may be questioning whether it makes sense to own international equities. Jared Kizer looks at five reasons why you should remain committed to a globally diversified approach. Since the financial crisis of 2008, U.S. equities have earned substantially higher returns than international equities. Ken French’s…

Mutual Fund Benchmark Discrepancies Can Fool Investors

  • August 7th, 2018

Some active mutual funds have prospectus benchmarks that understate risk and, thus, overstate relative performance. Larry Swedroe unpacks a study that explores how such funds benefit from that overstatement at investors’ expense. Evaluating the performance of actively managed mutual funds generally involves comparing a product’s results with some passive benchmark (the SEC requires that funds…

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