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Who We Are

Hatcher Capital Investments (HCI) is a Registered Investment Advisory firm locally owned and operated in Little Rock, AR. HCI was originally created to manage the Hatcher Family portfolio. We quickly realized that many clients, friends, and associates wanted the same type of advice and counsel for their personal investments and business retirement plans. At HCI, we are more than just a financial services firm – we are your trusted partner in building a secure financial future. With a commitment to integrity, expertise, and personalized service, we strive to empower individuals and employers to achieve their financial goals and aspirations.

Who we are


Our mission is simple: to provide exceptional financial guidance and investment solutions that empower our clients to navigate the complexities of today's financial landscape with confidence and peace of mind. We believe in delivering tangible value through a combination of expert advice, innovative strategies, and unwavering dedication to our clients' success.

How we get paid


At Hatcher Capital Investments, we believe in a disciplined approach to investing that prioritizes long-term growth and stability. Our preferred method of investing is through index funds. Why? Because index funds offer several key advantages:


1. Low Cost. Index funds typically have lower expense ratios compared to actively managed mutual funds, resulting in reduced fees and expenses for investors. This cost efficiency translates to higher returns over time.


2. Consistent Performance. Index funds aim to replicate the performance of a specific market index, such as the S&P 500. By mirroring the broader market, index funds offer consistent, market-matching returns over the long term.


3. Diversification. Investing in index funds provides instant diversification across a broad range of assets within a given market index. This diversification helps mitigate risk and reduces exposure to individual stock volatility.


4. Outperformance. Studies have shown that the majority of actively managed mutual funds fail to outperform their respective benchmark indices over the long term. Index funds, on the other hand, consistently outperform the vast majority of actively managed funds, delivering superior returns to investors.

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