Robert K. Mann. ( Bob ), is a 1969 graduate of Nichols College.
He began his career with Bache & Co. upon graduation. At the time Bache was the second largest brokerage firm after Merrill Lynch. Bob attended New York University as part of the company’s training program. The bear market from 1969 – 1974 conditioned Bob to buy low. His efforts to document a precise way to buy low resulted in the publication of the study entitled, ” Non Random Profits” in 1978 coauthored by Raymond Hanson Jr. This study has proven merit over the period from 1936 through to today.Bob has been a serial entrepreneur and has been CEO of a number of companies including a brokerage firm and two investment advisory companies.Over the past 46 years , Bob has become an expert on market cycles and is a market technician.Currently, Bob is CEO of Advisor’s Capital Corp., a holding company for two investment advisors, Advisor’s Capital Investments, Inc. and Advisors Capital Research, Inc. located at 17 Tripp Road in Woodstock, CT. 06281.
Bob’s objective today is to provide a unique service offering education and support to clients in researching and understanding the positives and negatives of proven investment strategies offering the highest value possible at a low cost.
Bob has been an innovator. His firm was one of the first to offer leading mutual funds to his clients at net asset value as far back as 1988 by negotiating an institutional investor class. If you qualify you can get a higher lever of service than through a traditional stockbroker or financial advisor at a lower cost while learning the rules of the game like a professional management trainee. Our plan is that you remain in control. Your advisor will treat you like a general, helping you develop a battle plan. He will be your eyes and ears and execute for you during the day while you are engaged in your occupation.