An Uncommon Find in a Sea of Choices
For nearly 25 years, Narwhal Capital Management has provided investment advisory services to clients in the metro Atlanta area and around the United States.
Though economic outlooks and market trends may vary, we remain steadfast in our commitment to serving clients through risk-appropriate performance returns, proactive service and an emphasis on education.
Blog and News
From the Blog
On October 22, 2019, Narwhal Capital released its Q3 2019 Review for public consumption. The commentary contained therein is the firm’s opinion at the time of publication and not intended to be investment advice. The commentary is divided into 3 parts. In part 1, we...read more
Annuities are a hot topic in today’s financial climate, as promises of “guaranteed returns” sound increasingly attractive in volatile markets. For retirement planners, the idea of locking in a set rate of return sounds much simpler and safer than picking stocks or...read more
On July 19, 2019, Narwhal Capital released its Q2 2019 Review for public consumption. The commentary contained therein is the firm's opinion at the time of publication and not intended to be investment advice. The commentary is divided into 3 parts. In part 1, we...read more
News & Events
On bad predictions in 2017... You see, many forecasts made by the media at the beginning of 2017 were ultimately proved wrong. The Trump administration, as volatile as it may be, was not synonymous with stock market volatility. Equally surprising to some, bonds...read more
Marietta, Georgia — Narwhal Capital Management’s Fourth Quarter 2017 Market Commentary was released today via the firm’s website and blog (www.narwhalcapital.com/blog). The quarterly publication takes a closer look at the U.S. stock market's strong run in 2017 and...read more
On our investing worldview: Thirdly, we remain convicted that our core investment worldview stems from a fundamental value approach. Put simply: we want to own cheap stocks and watch them become less cheap, then we want to sell them. We might have flavors of growth...read more