Aim Capital

CRD#165183
Investment Advisor Firm

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Overview

Aim Capital operates as an advisory company headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. The company manages $191.8 million in assets throughout 374 customer accounts, making it a mid-tier investment advisory firm in the United States by assets under management (AUM). The company has a small group of three employees, of which two are financial advisors. Aim Capital does not act as a registered broker-dealer, signifying that the advisor is not able to buy and sell securities for its accounts and those of its customers and instead has to go through a broker-dealer firm to do so. Securities are defined as tradable fiscal investments like bonds, options and equities.

Aim Capital oversees most of the company's client assets on a discretionary basis. Discretionary management is a structure in which a portfolio manager has the discretion to make buy and sell decisions for the client's account without needing client permission. Aim Capital also manages 34 non-discretionary accounts with a total of $27.3 million in assets under management. The advisory firm manages roughly $512,905 in assets for each client account. The average financial advisor at Aim Capital oversees about 187 client accounts.

Aim Capital's main office is located at 7337 E Doubletree Ranch Road, Scottsdale, Arizona 85258. The company is legally registered to provide services to clients across a number of states, including Arizona, New Hampshire and Texas.

Assets Under Management

$191.8 million

Number of Advisors

2

Fee Structure

Asset-based, Hourly

Disclosures

No

Office Location

7337 E Doubletree Ranch Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Aim Capital by the Numbers

Total Assets Under Management

$191.8 million

National Average: $3.3 billion
Total Number of Employees

3

National Average: 4,943
Total Number of Accounts

374

National Average: 2,522
Average Account Size

$512.9 thousand

National Average: $1.3 million

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Products and Services

Aim Capital offers a number of financial services, which can include financial planning services, portfolio management for individuals and small businesses, portfolio management for institutional clients and pension consulting services. In the last fiscal year, the firm provided financial planning services to 1-10 of its clients. It is not engaged in selling products or offering services apart from investment advisory services to its investment advisory customers.

Core Advisor Services

  • Offered by 45% of firms

    Financial Planning Services

    This is the process of planning for your financial future, including for events such as retirement, your child's college education or estate succession.

  • Offered by 63% of firms

    Portfolio Management

    This is the selection and management of an investment mix and portfolio strategy for individuals and small businesses.

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    Market Timing Services

    This is the practice of attempting to make short-term profits on investments by buying low and selling high.

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Fee Structure

Fees charged by financial advisors usually are based on the type of services offered. Fee types billed by the company most likely are comprised of the following fee structures: asset-based or hourly. Wrap fee programs, or the practice of bundling services for a single fee, are offered by the firm.

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  • Offered by 75% of firms

    Percentage of Assets

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    This fee, which is the most common fee type charged by advisors for portfolio management, is based on the amount of assets you have under management. Also referred to as an asset-based fee, this fee typically ranges from 0.50%-2.00% of AUM annually. You'll typically pay a lower rate the more assets you have under management.

  • Offered by 37% of firms

    Hourly

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    Like a lawyer, a financial advisor may charge you by the hour. This can be helpful if you are only looking for short-term or one-time advice. Rates typically range from $100-$300 per hour, depending on the complexity and level of services needed.

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    Commissions

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    Occasionally, advisors earn commissions from selling financial products, such as securities or insurance policies, or making certain referrals or transactions. Advisors who earn commissions may be incentivized to make certain recommendations to clients in order to make a commission. Fee-only advisors do not earn commissions, while fee-based advisors may.

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    Performance-based

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    Advisors only earn performance-based fees if a portfolio outperforms a defined benchmark. This fee may be calculated in a number of ways but most commonly is charged as a percentage of investment profits. Performance-based fees may incentivize advisors to make riskier decisions in order to generate higher returns.

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    Subscription

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    Firms generally charge this fee for educational materials provided, such as a monthly magazine. This can be useful if you want to learn about investing or financial management on your own.

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    Fixed

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    Fixed fees are a one-time, lump sum charged for a specific service, like the creation of a financial plan without subsequent implementation. This can be useful if you only need advice for one specific purpose, rather than a long-term advisor. Fixed fees usually range from $1,000 to $3,000.

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    Other

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    Firms can sometimes charge customers using non-traditional fee structures. See this firm's Form ADV for more details.

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Types of Clients

The company provides services to retail investors, high net worth investors and corporations. Out of its 374 accounts, Aim Capital's largest client group by number of accounts is retail investors, though it also caters to 60 high-net-worth individuals. A high-net-worth individual is defined by the SEC as an investor who has at least $750,000 in AUM or a net worth of at least $1.50 million or who is deemed a "qualified purchaser" (a standard met by having at least $5 million in investments). None of the company's accounts are represented by people from outside of the U.S.

  • High-Net-Worth Individuals* - 39.47%
  • Other Individuals - 53.95%
  • Corporations - 6.58%
  • Charitable Organizations - 0%

* The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) defines a high-net-worth individual as someone who has at least $750,000 under management.

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Disclosures

Aim Capital does not have any disclosures.

Please visit its Form ADV for more details.

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Financial Advisors at Aim Capital

William Hill
Scottsdale, AZ

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This content was compiled from the SEC and FINRA