Will my wealth be a blessing to her?
Where do I go from here?
What keeps you up at night?
Are we prepared for retirement?
What should I do with my business?

Protecting and preserving your family’s wealth since 1996.

You’ve worked hard to succeed, and now it’s time to enjoy the fruits of that success. At Cravens & Company Wealth Management, we understand that success brings complexity and challenges. If you are feeling the weight of challenging financial decisions, we can help lift the burden and give you the confidence to live the life you’ve always wanted.

We offer experience and creative solutions in a fiduciary-based relationship to help you confidently achieve your life’s goals. Located in Cookeville, TN, Cravens & Co. is a Registered Investment Advisor, which gives us the independence to provide you with objective financial advice and leadership that always puts your best interests first.

"We strive to prepare our clients for life’s inevitable perils
and position them for its potential opportunities."

Our Company
Since 1996, Cravens & Co. has been serving the specialized needs of family businesses and their owners, professionals, and retirees. We provide wealth management, investment advisory, financial planning, and family office services. Our firm has matured over the years, evolving from a model where the individual advisor acts alone to an team of functional specialistswho collaborate to find comprehensive solutions.
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This letter was intended to focus on 2015 but, given the results of the last two weeks, we obviously need to discuss the current environment as well. Last year was another challenging year for diversified portfolios. The bottom line is that it just didn’t provide a lot of opportunity.