The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago.
The second best time is now.
White Pine Capital has constructed small capitalization separately managed accounts for Taft-Hartley, Endowments, Foundations, Partnerships, and Family Offices generating a nineteen year track record. Led by the same core team since inception, the managers have focused on inefficient, mispriced equities in a variety of market environments and conditions.
Since 1984, White Pine Capital has provided customized Wealth Management Solutions for individuals using a disciplined, time tested methodology. Our Portfolio Managers provide a personalized approach, with impartial balanced advice, as they guide our clients along their path of economic independence.
White Pine Capital has provided independent investment advice since 1984. Our team of investment professionals has successfully navigated clients through a variety of market environments, cycles, and conditions. Each client is guided by a Portfolio Manager who is the actual investment manager for their assets and our flexible platform interfaces with over twenty different custodians. The White Pine Capital philosophy aligns its interests with the interests of our clients.
The White Pine (Pinus Strobus) is a native tree to Minnesota and serves as a symbol of what we are about. Officially known as the Eastern White Pine, the trees have a vigorous growth rate and the high quality wood make it a preferred choice for lumber. Sometimes called the monarch of the forest, tree trunks can reach six feet in diameter, and soar to a height of over 250 feet. In the pioneer days, tree trunks from White Pines harvested in the eastern part of the U.S. were the preferred choice for the masts of the majestic sailing ships due to their tall, straight and strong trunks. The trees were heavily logged in the early years of Minnesota's development, and recently the DNR has begun a major replanting program for White Pines. Like investments, "The best time to plant a tree was twenty years ago. The second best time is now."