Wallick Investments’ Core Growth and Fidelis composites receive 4-star Morningstar Ratings Overall

Wade Stinnette, Dan Wallick, Susan Wallick & Jake Wallick

Columbia, SC, March 7, 2019 - Wallick Investments, LLC’s chief equity composite strategy, WI Core Growth, received a 4-star Morningstar RatingTM among 159 mid-cap blend products as of December 31, 2018 for 3-year, 5-year, 10-year and Overall risk-adjusted performance.

WI Core Growth history:

• 4-star or greater Overall Morningstar Rating­— 20 out of 27 quarters

• 3-star or greater Overall Morningstar Rating— 100% of reporting quarters

Wallick Investments’ Fidelis composite received a 4-star Morningstar Rating among 434 large-cap value products for 3-year, 5-year and Overall risk-adjusted performance as of December 31, 2018.

WI Fidelis history:

• 4-star or greater Overall Morningstar Rating— 9th straight quarter

• 4-star or greater Overall Morningstar Rating— 12 out of 17 quarters

• 3-star or greater Overall Morningstar Rating— 100% of reporting quarters

Since 2005, South Carolina RIA firm Wallick Investments, specializing in Strategic Moral Investing, offers both investment advisory and portfolio management services, eliminating unnecessary fees for clients. As a CFA Institute member, Wallick Investments accepts fiduciary responsibility for their clients’ accounts with strategies available to individuals, institutions and other non-affiliated advisors. For more information on the above and all Wallick Investments’ strategies, contact Wallick Investments at 803-699-9400 or visit wallickinvestments.com.

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