Investment Advice: Investment Advice is offered through Strategic Financial Concepts, LLC. Red Oak Financial Asset Management is a DBA of Strategic Financial Concepts. Adam Straseske and Mark Evers only provide investment advice in states in which they are licensed. Regarding this website, the opinions voiced in this commentary are for general information only and are not intended as solicitation, recommendation or offering of any security. This website is to be used for informational purposes only. This website is not intended to provide investment, tax or legal advice. 

The opinions stated do not represent all the opinions of Red Oak Financial Asset Management, LLC or Strategic Financial Concepts, LLC. Adam Straseske acknowledges that each person has individual needs that may not be met on this website and that all investors are not suited for the services, products or securities discussed herein.

This website is not intended to be used by any person or entity in any jurisdiction or country where such use is illegal or against securities regulations. This site is not intended for use in any jurisdiction or country that requires Adam Straseske or any affiliates to obtain registration in which they do not currently hold.

Performance: Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Indexes are unmanaged and cannot be invested into directly.

General Investment Risk: All investments come with the risk of losing money. Investing involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of principal plus other losses and may not be suitable for many members of the public. Investments, unlike savings and checking accounts at a bank, are not insured by the government to protect against market losses. Different market instruments carry different types and degrees of risk and you should familiarize yourself with the risks involved in the particular market instruments you intend to invest in. To determine which investment(s) may be appropriate for you, consult with your attorney, accountant, and financial advisor or tax advisor prior to investing.

Trading Strategies and Signals: Positive trading signal performance in the past does not guarantee the trading signal will be profitable in the future. There are various reasons why your trading performance is unlikely to be the same as trading performance results presented by a trading signal provider, including but not limited to: varying levels of market liquidity; varying sizes of market spreads; discontinuation of credit lines and trading lines; the imposition of regulatory or governmental authority over buy-side and sell-side market participants including your counterparty; human error; dealing error; varying levels and speeds of connectivity; delays in generating, transmitting, routing, and accepting orders; a lack of following every single trading signal as it is generated; the effects of other positions that you maintain that were not placed in accordance with signals or strategies offered by the trading signal provider; varying margin requirements; varying stop-loss, limit acceptance, and margining-out provisions; public or market holidays; one-time or infrequent exogenous market events; temporary inability of the trading signal provider to generate or transmit trading signals or strategies; lack of trading experience, etc.

Market Analysis: Market analysis on this website may not be correct, so each investor must make their own independent decisions or obtain professional advice prior to taking investment actions. We make reasonable efforts to be accurate but there may be inaccuracies due to incorrect assumptions, calculations or bad data from another source that create errors in content. This site contains information regarding investments that are subject to many risks beyond our control including, but not limited to; economic, currency, geopolitical, business and technological risks.

Commission and Other Charges: Before you begin to trade, you should obtain a clear explanation of all commission, fees and other charges for which you will be liable. These charges will affect your net profit (if any) or increase your loss.