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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

Treasuries: Who’s Buying and Why It Matters | Weekly Market Commentary | February 20, 2024

Treasuries: Who’s Buying and Why It Matters | Weekly Market Commentary | February 20, 2024

As the Federal Reserve (Fed) continues with its Quantitative Tightening (QT) program, questions abound regarding the Treasury Department’s expanding funding needs. The QT program is designed to reduce the Fed’s balance sheet — now $7.7 billion down from $9 billion — after Treasury notes (mostly) were bought after economic concerns intensified during the COVID-19-related pandemic. Households and, perhaps surprisingly, foreign investors have been buyers recently, and with the amount of Treasury supply coming to market, both will need to keep buying.

Outlook For U.S. Economy Continues To Brighte | Weekly Market Commentary | February 12, 2024

Outlook For U.S. Economy Continues To Brighte | Weekly Market Commentary | February 12, 2024

When we wrote the annual outlook last November, the data was mixed. Some metrics hinted at emerging cracks in the economy while others suggested the growth trajectory in capital markets and the economy had legs. So, the variety of the data produced the narrative that business activity in the New Year would grow on an annual basis but experience some bumps in the first half of the year. Now, enter the revisions.

Will The January Barometer Come Through? | Weekly Market Commentary | February 5, 2024

Will The January Barometer Come Through? | Weekly Market Commentary | February 5, 2024

Yale Hirsch, creator of the “Stock Trader’s Almanac”, first discovered this seasonal pattern back in 1972, which he called the January Barometer and coined its popular tagline of ‘As goes January, so goes this year.’ Here, we assess the likelihood that this popular stock market adage delivers more gains for investors this year. The weight of the evidence leans toward yes, as we explain.

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