At Haven, we focus on long-term, passive investing. This means we use Exchange Traded Funds, or ETFs, that represent various asset classes to track the market rather than picking individual stocks to try to “beat” the market. 

Proper diversification is achieved by investing in a sufficiently large number of securities that represent a set of relatively uncorrelated asset classes and geographies.

So, short answer? No. We don't invest in individual stocks because we don't think it's the best way for our clients to build wealth long-term. 

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