Welcome to SFM

SFM is a fee-only investment management firm located in Manchester, New Hampshire, just west of the Merrimack River. Clients receive services that include unbiased investment analysis, financial planning, portfolio management, business solutions and other specialized services. Our firm understands the level of trust a person places in his/her financial manager and makes a commitment to always be true to that fiduciary role. We will exhibit the same level of care and concern for your financial affairs as we do for our own families' assets.

Since 1998, we have helped our clients analyze their assets, retirement savings, and business holdings to optimize the overall portfolio structure in order for them to achieve long term success. Our team approach provides security, diligence, and customization that clients may not receive from an individual investment advisor. SFM believes honesty, transparency, and trust are paramount in forming an advisor client relationship; we look forward to helping you.

SFM, LLC is a registered investment advisor with the United Stated Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Meet The Team

 

SFM Insights

Glenn Sweeney |
Issued: June 2, 2022 The Dow closed the month of May at 32,990 for a return of 13 points or 0%. It was another rough month across the stock and bond markets. Stocks rallied hard only to fall just as fast the next day as investors try to forecast the trajectory of the economy and the direction on interest rates. Mixed signals on inflation, corporate earnings, short and long term interest rates and the health...
The US stock market is now on pace to have fallen in each of the last 7 weeks. Before this sell-off, we had not had a decline in 5 consecutive weeks since June 2011. Investors' biggest concern has been inflation, which has continued to stay stubbornly high in the US, though it may have peaked in March at 8.5% year-over-year as the April inflation number showed a decrease of -0.2%. This and other data show...
Glenn Sweeney |
Issued: May 4, 2022 The Dow closed the month of April at 32,977 for a loss of -1,701 points or -4.9%. It was a rough month across the investment markets with the S&P 500 down -8.7% and the bond market also suffering losses during the month of April as interest rates continue to rise. It is an unusual occurrence to have stock and bond markets fall at the same time for a prolonged period. The...