Tom Hine is the founder of Capital Wealth Management in Connecticut, with over thirty years of experience in the financial services industry. He is a chairman's level advisor (top 4 percent) at his broker/dealer, Commonwealth Financial Network, the country's largest privately-held broker/dealer, with approximately $273 billion in assets under management. Tom's wealth management journey started after receiving his MBA from the University of Connecticut in 1986. His lifelong interest in the intersection between wellness and wealth precipitated his focus on the importance of investing in health.
Tom is the author of two previous books, NASD Arbitration Solution: Five Black Belt Principles to Protect and Grow Your Financial Services Practice and The Zen of Business Acquisitions. He also hosts the SuccessionFit Podcast, a monthly podcast that explores the world of succession and continuity planning through the lens of health, wellness, and eastern philosophy.
Tom is a fourth-degree black belt in Shotokan Karate. He has been practicing his craft for more than thirty-five years and studying primarily under the esteemed Sensei Masataka Mori; he also attended many summer camps taught or led by Sensei Hidetaka Nishiyama and Sensei Keinosuke Enoeda.
The Balanced Wealth Approach
What good is a seven-figure portfolio if you’re buried six feet underground? Between recessions, inflation, market fluctuations, and the record number of people hitting retirement age, Americans are thinking about retirement more than ever. How much will I need to save? What investing vehicles are best? When should I start? What size income can I […]