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Who is Dominique?

Husband, Father, Friend and Financial Advisor living with financial contentment after finding a way to upgrade my life from 1.0 to 2.0. Now I give that same freedom to my clients!

Dominique J. Henderson, Sr. began serving the financial industry in 1998. Ever since elementary school, he knew he had a mission to help people “win their money”.

A product of a military family, he spent his teenage years all over the world including West Germany and Hawaii which served him well in accepting all people from diverse backgrounds. After high school, he attended Prairie View A&M University where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Finance. He later earned a Master’s in Finance from Creighton University.

Professionally, Dominique has spent nearly two decades in financial services building a diverse skill set in: strategy, data analysis, investment research, portfolio management and financial planning. Prior to founding his firm, DJH Capital Management, LLC. a registered investment advisory firm that provides financial planning and wealth management services, he spent years in institutional fix-income trading circles, real estate, and the back office of one of Dallas’ premier hedge fund managers.

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Now as his own boss, Dominique uses his expertise to build financial plans and investment portfolios that help his clients find greater financial contentment in their lives. He deeply desires to see people “win” with their hard-earned capital.

Dominique’s financial advice has been featured on various media platforms such as US News & World Report, Yahoo, GoBankingRates.com, and Investopedia’s Advisor Insights. He also promotes financial literacy, economic empowerment, and personal development on his YouTube channel every week.  

He feels that his personal journey has equipped him with an invaluable skill set to carry out something he loves to do — help people solve problems.

Dominique considers it a privilege to serve individuals and help them reach their goals and dreams. He proudly admits that:

“Being blessed with not only the ‘know-how’ but the energy to serve clients, build a business, and create a legacy for my family is more than I can have asked for or dreamed.”

Frequently Asked Questions...

Life isn’t linear.  So we don’t think financial planning should be either.  Here are a few scenarios that may cause our paths to cross.
Q: What’s the value of advice in your opinion?
 
A: The value of advice should always be viewed in relation to time lost implementing the wrong solution.
Q: What differentiates us?
 
A: LOL–A question I hate to answer but I’ll do my best…
Q: Describe the power of integrated advice…
 
A: Since we live in a world with so much information, just having information is no longer valuable. Value is created when the information can be integrated or synthesized into a solution that helps the client.
Q: What’s the importance of living with financial contentment?
 
A: Living with financial contentment is about taking what you value and supporting it with your financial resources and getting the desired results. Often to get better results, you have to modify the behaviors that produce those results.
Q: How do you arrive at financial contentment?
 
A: Asking why should really proceed asking how. Starting with “why” takes the focus off results and puts it on what is necessary for change–behavioral adjustments.
Q: How did you personally arrive at financial contentment?
 
A: It was a long journey…but essentially it was a process of changing what I believed about money which affected my decisions which in turn affected my results.
Q: What’s your perspective on what’s important in giving financial advice?
 
A: It’s all about keeping it client-focused…
Q: What’s your best investment advice? Is there a formula?
 
A: Stick with the things you can control like the amount of money you would like to invest and how long you want to invest. As far as a formula…
 
Q: What do you see most often with people seeking to hire a financial advisor?
 
A: It varies, but our ideal client values their time to the degree that they seek out the help of an expert. They are collaborators by nature and thus value “outside” perspectives.
Q: What do you see as the future of the advisor-client relationship?
 
A: I see the future of the relationship as two goal-striving individuals willing to collaborate together.

Q: What’s your process for bringing on a client?

A: We use a simple 3 step process of introduction, discovery and presentation

We understand your need for a customized approach, so we map out a plan that fits you! Ready to get started?

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