Frequently Asked Questions

Relationship Summary


We are T2 Asset Management, LLC, an investment adviser registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Investment advisory and brokerage services and fees differ, and it is important for you to understand the differences.


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Relationships & Services
What investment services and advice can you provide me?

We offer customized investment management and wealth planning services to retail investors. We offer advice on a full suite of securities described in Item 8 of our Form ADV Part 2A (“Disclosure Brochure”), including equities, fixed income, mutual funds, ETFs, options, and similar investments. Our services are generally provided on a discretionary basis, which means that we have the power to buy and sell securities for your account without your prior consent. This authority is usually unlimited and remains in effect until you revoke it. We may provide non-discretionary investment advice, where we make investment recommendations to you and you decide whether to implement the recommendation.

Some securities carry additional costs, such as mutual funds and ETFs. We do not give advice on any proprietary investment products. We usually review portfolios at least annually. However, we do monitor accounts on a continuous basis and conduct ad hoc reviews if you change your objectives or risk tolerance, upon significant market and economic events, or if we change our investment strategy.

T2 Asset Management requires a minimum account size of $100,000, which can be waived.

Given my financial situation, should I choose an investment advisory service? Why or why not?

Advisory services are usually appropriate when you have a portfolio of securities for which you require ongoing advice. Investors who maintain few securities holdings and are not inclined to make changes to their portfolio are likely best suited for a traditional brokerage account with a FINRA-registered firm.

How will you choose investments to recommend to me?

We recommend investments based upon your individual circumstances, financial situation, expectation of current and future cash needs, investment objective, and risk tolerance. In addition, we attempt to identify those investments in which we expect to yield an acceptable level of return given the amount of risk you’re willing to assume, taking into account the level of diversification and how different securities and asset classes may complement one another.

What is your relevant experience, including your licenses, education, and other qualifications?

Our financial advisors have been in the financial services industry for several years and maintain the Series 65 exam qualification or a professional designation accepted by the applicable state regulator. You can find information on any professional designations of your financial advisor in the Form ADV Part 2B (“Brochure Supplement”) we provide you at the onset of the advisory relationship.

What do these qualifications mean?

These qualifications assure that our professionals have met specific regulatory exam requirements to conduct investment activities (e.g., Series 65). In addition, professional certifications such as the CFP® and CFA® require successful passing of the certification exam as well as rigorous continuing education requirements.