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Markets Can Be Irrational... you don't have to be.

Beese Fulmer can't help but make rational decisions with your investments


After 35 years in business, we know it’s critical to look at the whole picture.

When you're rational, you're more in control

Our clients are glad we don't see investing as an action-packed video game.  Our rational, deliberate approach has worked well over our 35-year history. That's why we created "The Rules of the Rational.”

The way we work

  • We have a fiduciary RESPONSIBILITY to you.
  • We BELIEVE great companies need to be purchased at the right price.
  • Our fees are FULLY TRANSPARENT.
We believe protecting your assets is an integral part of growing your wealth. This is one reason our average client relationship is more than 10 years.

We are not like other wealth management advisors. On purpose.

  • We don't take on too many clients, so each portfolio manager can give careful attention to their few clients.
  • We don’t sell insurance, make loans or draft estate plans, but our lengthy experience working with high net worth clients has given us valuable insight on these issues.
  • We won't work with just any investor, so we can concentrate on high net-worth asset clients who appreciate sensible investing.
  • And we can't help our clients fully if we only share select information like their "highlights," so we make sure our investors see a complete and comprehensive view of all their assets.
Read Our Most Recent Articles
  • Ask the Rational Investor: “Should investors worry about Boeing’s 737 MAX issue?”
    Monday, April 8, 2019

    Boeing’s 737 MAX is one of the most anticipated updates to the 737, which currently has an order backlog of over 4,600 aircraft, representing 78% of Boeing’s overall commercial aircraft backlog. Over the next 5 years, it is estimated that the MAX will represent approximately 33% of Boeing’s sales and almost half of Boeing earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT).

    Considering the significance of the MAX upgrade, it’s no surprise that stock prices have dropped from a recent high of $440 on March 1st, to $370 (3/27/19) after the Ethiopian Airlines crash and the eerily similar Lion Air crash.  The two incidents in conjunction caused the worldwide grounding of the airliner.

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