Investing with Harrington
Harrington Investments is a client-focused investment advisory firm. We work hard to know our clients, and we invite our clients to get to know us.
What characteristics do our clients share?
- A long term orientation. As strategic buy and hold investors, we invest for the long haul. Market timing may be alluring, but history has shown that a long-term investment strategy based on a well-reasoned asset allocation consistently out-performs. Business cycles come and go, but we believe that the best managed companies will win out in the end.
- A disciplined approach to investing. If you want to trade options and commodities online, there are plenty of firms and websites that can help you do that. For us, smart investing involves getting to know you and what you want to achieve. Then we’ll work together to build a strategy to help you get there.
- A commitment to social and environmental responsibility. 100% of our accounts are socially screened. We base this approach on the reality that investment decisions determine how our society is structured. Socially injurious business practices are bad business. We believe that bad businesses ultimately lead to bad returns.
If this sounds like you, please email us by clicking the button below, or call us at 800-788-0154.
A minimum of $1,000,000 in liquid assets is required to open an account at Harrington Investments
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