All Season Financial Advisors' main office is based in Denver, CO, in the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood. Our operating staff occupy a small Victorian home built in the late 1890’s which serves as a hub for all client contact and servicing requests. The firm also has a growing presence in Vail and Steamboat Springs, CO where we have established wealth management partners in tax strategy, estate planning and financial planning for our mountain based clients.
About Sam Jones
President, All Season Financial Advisors, Inc.
Sam Jones has a BA in Economics/Finance from Colby College in Maine and a Masters Degree in Information Technology from the University of Denver, Daniels School of Business. Further study includes International Finance at the MacQuarie School of Economics in Sydney, Australia.
As president of the firm, Sam is responsible for the entire suite of investment options available to the clients of All Season Financial Advisors; including portfolio design and management, selection of outside managers, due diligence and oversight of all product offerings. In addition, he plays a key role in the allocation of client assets amongst the various investment options as well as client performance reviews and integration with our professional wealth management partners . Under his direction, assets under management for the firm have grown to $154 Million in 2014.
Beyond being a registered representative of the firm with the SEC since 1994, he is also a past president of NAAIM (National Association of Active Investment Managers), The Premier Association of Active Money Managers, a 200 member association of Registered Investment Advisors. Sam has a personal and professional interest in the renewable energy field as well as green or Socially Responsible Investing . He is a regular financial columnist for renewableenergystocks.com and sustainablebusiness.com . He is an active board member in Partnership for Sustainability as well as a member of the Solutions Council for the Rocky Mountain Institute.
Sam has been interviewed and quoted in Barron's, The Wall Street Journal, Progressive Investor Magazine, Smart Money, Investment News, Financial Advisor and The Denver Post, as well as participated in local investment panels as an expert in technical analysis. He has also been accredited by the Financial Planning Association to teach technical analysis to CFPs for continuing education credits.