Welcome to Bluemound Asset Management, LLC. My name is Kirk Spano, I am the founder and owner of the firm. My mission statement is not the grand statement of why we are better than the rest. It simply reflects viewpoints that our clients share with me, and my goals for the firm and its clients.
I grew up in a middle class Milwaukee family during the 1970s and 1980s. I know the sacrifices my parents made to put me and my brothers through good schools and give us a chance to succeed. I remember how tough it was during some of those times.
Today, America is facing another time of sacrifice, uncertainty and transition. I know that my clients have worked hard for what they have. My goal as stated on the front page of this site is to help every person, family or business I work with reach the highest levels of financial freedom and peace of mind possible, in spite of the challenging times.
My approach comes from a deep historic and personal understanding that what underpins the greatness of America is our freedom. Only in striving to preserve our personal freedom by working hard, being unselfish and being forward looking can we succeed individually or together.
In our lives, nothing is more important than the people that we care about. Our efforts at work, our money, our lives, revolve around those close to us. Our plans for the future reflect that reality.
In helping you plan for the future, we will help you fulfill your goals for not only yourself, but goals you have for positively impacting the lives of those you care about. We will build flexible values based financial plans that are desigend to deliver you safety, growth, income and freedom.
Our investment management revolves around one central concept: to never accept permanent substantial losses. Risk management is the first and most important matter in finance. Once risk is mitigated, then we will look for the easiest opportunities to make gains that we can find — there are no bonuses in investing for degree of difficulty.
“I don’t look to jump over 7-foot bar: I look around for 1-foot bars that I can step over.” Warren Buffett