It took planning, engineering and commitment to build the long-haul rail lines that now span America. Trains and their committed crews used them each day to move passengers and freight over vast plains and through rugged wilderness to their appointed destinations.
In much the same way, we take a long-haul approach when it comes to financial planning and wealth management. Our team will take the time to learn your goals and plan accordingly to help you pursue them, and guide you along the way. We also take into account your sensitivity to risk so that you’ll feel comfortable with the investments you make.
We plan to be by your side throughout your financial journey, both to retirement and beyond. After all, you may stop working, but your journey through life still continues – with new adventures to plan for and new discoveries to be made.
The First Transcontinental Railroad was 1,907 miles long and connected the Eastern U.S. with the Pacific coast of the United States for the first time. Construction took place between 1863 and 1869, and was authorized by the Pacific Railroad Acts of 1862 and 1864. These dates are not coincidental. Since the southern Democrats who opposed the idea of a transcontinental railroad were absent from Congress due to the Civil War, the Republicans used the opportunity to vote for construction without them.