Meet Our Team.

THIS IS WHAT RATIONAL INVESTORS LOOK LIKE.
Meet the Beese Fulmer team. They have nearly a century of combined industry experience in rational investing, primarily in stocks and bonds, with full focus on the customer and their financial goals.

EACH LIVES BY THE RULES OF THE RATIONAL™. YOU'LL WANT TO, TOO.
1) Emotions and short-term thinking are the enemy of the successful investor.
2) There is NO alternative to buying high-quality stocks and bonds at the right price.
3) Eliminate the middle man and trust the expert, your investment manager.
4) Maximize wealth building and minimize taxes, expenses and fees.
5) Viewing all assets on one statement is an asset.

Dennis S. Fulmer, CFA Photo
Dennis S. Fulmer, CFA
Chairman and Co-Founder
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Ryan T. Fulmer
President
Nicholas T. Perini, CFA Photo
Nicholas T. Perini, CFA
Vice President
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Harry C.C. MacNealy
Portfolio Manager
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Charles H. Hoover
Portfolio Manager
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Lynn S. Hamilton
Portfolio Manager
Tyler J. Smith, CFA Photo
Tyler J. Smith, CFA
Associate
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Jennifer L. Art
Accounting Administrator
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Diana L. Hetrick
Client Service Administrator
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Kellie Hill
Client Service Administrator
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Megan M. Mayle
Marketing Assistant and Portfolio Administrator
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Beese Fulmer Private Wealth Management LIVES
by The Rules of the Rational.

INSIGHTS
from the Rational Investors

Beese Fulmer Private Wealth Management experts know investing from every angle and follow every market trend from a clear-thinking perspective. Check out the Beese Fulmer blog and view the videos to learn more about what they think and how they reason.

April 2020 ATRI Ask The Rational Investor: American Spirit Responds to Virus
Rays of American ingenuity are slipping through the coronavirus clouds, as our great country proves resilient.
Friday Email Blast Plants 1.jpeg Will $2 trillion be enough?
This past week, Congress approved $2 trillion in fiscal stimulus or 9. 5% of the U. S. economy! As a comparison the New Deal (1933-1934) response to the Great Depression was 5.
ATRI Surf Resized Ask the Rational Investor: Remain Calm Amongst the Fog
Without question the last few weeks have been gutwrenching. Erratic financial markets, temporarily-closed restaurants, and grocery store shelves left bare.