A FULL SERVICE
FINANCIAL CONSULTING FIRM

The investment climate has never been more
exciting or more challenging than it is today.

A FULL SERVICE FINANCIAL CONSULTING FIRM

The investment climate has never been more exciting or more challenging than it is today.

Our Mission

Enhance the financial strength and independence of our clients.

Provide the guidance and education necessary for our clients to make the best possible financial decisions.

Provide our clients with the highest possible level of quality of service in every contact that we have with them.

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About Us

There are thousands of financial services firms out there and potentially 10 times that amount of individual planners. How can you possibly decide which one is going to give you the best advice and the service that you deserve, all at a reasonable cost? From your first contact with Tryon & Co. you will see that we are very different from any other financial services firm. Our company is built around serving the complete financial planning and investment needs of our clients.

Recent News

How’s it Going? Depends on Who You Ask | Weekly Market Commentary | May 20, 2024

How’s it Going? Depends on Who You Ask | Weekly Market Commentary | May 20, 2024

Since millions of homeowners refinanced mortgages to extremely low rates a few years ago, the economy is less sensitive to interest rate policy. In fact, the Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium sponsored by the Kansas City Federal Reserve in August will debate the effectiveness and transmission of monetary policy because of these post-COVID-19 dynamics, likely revealing important investment implications. 

Preferred Securities: Still Our Preferred Non-Core Bond Sector | Weekly Market Commentary | May 13, 2024

Preferred Securities: Still Our Preferred Non-Core Bond Sector | Weekly Market Commentary | May 13, 2024

It continues to be a challenging environment for a lot of fixed income markets, especially higher quality markets. With the Federal Reserve (Fed) seemingly unlikely to lower interest rates until after the summer months (at the earliest), the “higher for longer” narrative has kept a lid on any sort of bond market rally. And while falling interest rates help provide price appreciation in this higher-for-longer environment, fixed income investors are likely better served by focusing on income opportunities. That’s where preferreds come in. With yields still elevated relative to history, we think preferred securities are an attractive option for income-oriented investors.

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