American Businessman, Radio Personality, Author, Investor
Mr. Litfin knew what he wanted to achieve for himself and others very early on. While attending college he took a multitude of finance and economics courses, which gave him the opportunity to study finance across a variety of continents including Europe and Australia. Ryan also engaged in courses while studying in Chicago at places such as the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade before graduating with a degree in Finance & Economics from Gustavus Adolphus College.
Prior to co-founding Vincent Asset, Ryan was engaged in the financial services sector for many years. He has also been actively involved in various community and investment groups. He furthered his investment knowledge while studying under Kevin Baldwin in Chicago.
Outside the office, Ryan enjoys spending time with his wife Jenna and their two children, boating, skiing, and spending time outdoors.
Vincent Asset was born out of our passion for the diverse global financial markets, and our desire to make a positive impact in the world. Our vision includes a growing international family of clients and “partners” who together make a lasting contribution to wisdom, prosperity and the global financial markets as a whole.
Regardless of one’s culture or place in society, we all live in a world of contrast; there are opportunities, as well as challenges. Perhaps the universal unstated goal in life is to experience more of the former while attempting to avoid, yet ultimately having to face and manage, life’s challenges. The same can be said of the global financial markets.
As a modern-day firm specializing in the global financial markets, our primary objective is to navigate successfully through the ever-changing investment landscape. Regardless of whether there is inflation or recession, volatile or quite markets, we believe solutions exist that can help manage opportunities and risk by being prepared for the unexpected.
To successfully manage the opportunities generated by the contrasting nature of the markets, client’s or their money managers should attempt to seek out “subtle harmony” (market moves that have conviction) that exist within the price structure of all markets while endeavoring to mitigate the challenges (choppy, directionless markets) that are intrinsic to all free-market instruments.