The #1 contributing factor to financial independence is the ability to achieve compounded growth.
Compounding requires 3 points of emphasis:
Participating in market advances
Limiting portfolio declines
Shortening the time between new portfolio highs.
The Institute's growing video library is designed to help investors learn what drives the markets, what is the most appropriate benchmark, and how to adapt your portfolio for any market environment- bull or bear.
Why Do We Invest?
What is Stock Market Volatility?
The Markets and the News
Adaptive Portfolio Strategy
Wealth Management Benchmark
Net Worth & Cash Management
Estate & Legacy
Our Work with Financial Advisors
The Canterbury Institute specializes in training financial advisors across the country on how to better grow their practice, tell a different story, and retain their clients.
We believe in creating a win-win relationship between advisors and their clients. In today's investment landscape, financial advisors face many challenges.
Learn more about the challenges advisors are facing, and how to address those challenges head-on.
"Advisors must learn to Adapt to new challenges, or Risk being eliminated like Dinosaurs."
Grow your Practice.
Tell Better Stories.
Retain more Clients.
About the Institute
The Canterbury Institute for Adaptive Portfolio Management recognizes the value of both academic and practical education. The mission of the Canterbury Institute is to educate and inform the general public, as well as financial professionals, on the principles of Adaptive Portfolio Management. At the Canterbury Institute, we question all beliefs, theories, and assumptions that have been widely accepted in investment management methodologies practiced over the last forty plus years.
Our Institute team has accumulated years of experience and training working with both retail investors and financial advisors. Our instructors are well-published, thought leaders throughout the investment management industry and have been featured on various media outlets such as ETF Trends, Nasdaq, and Financial Advisor Magazine.