Nick Stonnington has been a wealth advisor since 1983. He founded Stonnington Group in 2004 to better serve clients by offering them a platform for independent fiduciary advice. The Stonnington Group team manages client investments and advises on their businesses.
Nick was ranked #1 in Los Angeles by Registered Rep Magazine in 2002 for "America's Best Wealth Advisors." Nick's expert commentary has been featured in such publications as the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Investment News, and Investment Advisor. His research has been published in the Family Wealth Report and he has written articles on investing for numerous industry journals.
Tag Archives: Economy
“American exceptionalism” is the idea that the U.S. is qualitatively different than other nations. Scottish historian Richard Rose put it this way: “America marches to a different drummer. Its uniqueness is explained by any or all of a variety of … Continue reading
Money is not circulating as rapidly as it would if business and consumers had more confidence. After policy leaders scared the public by declaring that the US was teetering on depression, spending and hiring was instantly reduced. Reacting to the … Continue reading
Stocks do go up in bad economies. They go up because the market is anticipating growth in the future. Bad economies tend to reduce competition, lower interest rates, keep costs down, spur innovation, rationalize capital structures and reduce leverage. That … Continue reading
The theory is that there is a limited supply of most types of assets, at least those that would be difficult to replace. Assuming that there is in place a global economic expansion, it is only a matter of time … Continue reading