Sadoff Investment Management recognized for portfolio growth; Landmark Credit Union raises almost $22,000 for Children’s Hospital
Sadoff Investment Management recognized for portfolio growth
Sadoff Investment Management LLC, a Milwaukee-based independent wealth management firm, has been recognized by Pensions & Investments newspaper and Morningstar, an independent investment research company, as one of the top money managers for the past one-, three- and five-year periods for its growth and balanced portfolios.
According to Pensions & Investments, the international newspaper of money management, the Sadoff financial advisory firm:
- Ranked top 10 for all equity portfolios (all strategies) for its growth portfolio for 2008 1-year performance.
- Ranked number 1 for the U.S. growth stock category for its growth portfolio for 2008 1-year performance.
- Ranked number 1 for the U.S. Conservative Allocation category for its balanced portfolio for 1-year performance ending 2008.
- Ranked number 2 for the U.S. Conservative Allocation category for its balanced portfolio for 5-year performance ending 2008.
In addition, the Sadoff firm was ranked number 2 by Morningstar in the U.S. Large
Cap Growth category for its portfolio for 3-year performance ending 2008. Morningstar
is a leading provider of independent investment research in North America, Europe,
Australia and Asia.
Appleton Group Wealth Management LLC, based in Appleton, was also recognized by Pensions & Investments and Morningstar.
Landmark Credit Union raises almost $22,000 for Children’s Hospital
With the help of thousands of their credit union members and their 357 employees, Landmark Credit Union raised $21,931.50 for Children’s Hospital by selling $1 "Links" and $10 "Hearts" during its Credit Unions for Kids Chain of Hearts campaign.
"We are pleased to join with thousands of credit unions throughout the United States in this great fundraiser," said Ron Kase, Landmark president. "We are grateful to our Landmark members and staff for so generously supporting the campaign for the kids each year."