Investment Advice Since 1998

TTP Investments has offered individualized investment advice and management services for 20 years specializing in individual, joint, small business, and retirement portfolios.

Some Interesting Facts About Us

TTP Investments first began managing client assets in 1998 with one hundred fifty thousand dollars under management.  Since then, the firm has grown organically by adding clients and accounts, increasing its AUM in excess of one hundred million dollars.

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College Savings Calculator

This calculator determines the amount you need to save in order to attend a four year university

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Mortgage Calculator

Use the mortgage calculator to determine your ideal mortgage size, down payment, and monthly payment

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Retirement Calculator

This calculator determines how much you will need in retire-ment, and what your yearly savings need to be

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Rent Vs. Buy Calculator

Use this calculator to determine whether renting or buying is cheaper given your specific time horizon.

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TIPS AND NEWS

Your Money Advice Blog

Staying Ahead of the Market

Staying Ahead of the Market

Harris Willner, our senior portfolio manager and firm founder, was interviewed for Advisors Magazine – the article can be viewed at Advisors Magazine or continue reading to view it on our website below.    Matthew D. Edward...

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Oil Prices Have Further To Fall Q1 2016

Oil Prices Have Further To Fall Q1 2016

The key to oil hitting bottom is the need for a catalyst to trigger the highly anticipated reversal.  The global oil glut continues to build – most recently with Iran adding 500k barrels/day to an already saturated market.  Iran plans to increase...

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Market Update Q1 2016

Market Update Q1 2016

by Harrison C. Willner, C.C.O. Investment Advisor Representative 2015 brought with it a seemingly endless deluge of volatility ultimately resulting in markets[1] finishing the year down 0.7 percent.  Looking back, three main issues dominated center...

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