Dominique Henderson

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  • Desoto, TX
  • 214-699-7599
  • www.djh-capital.com
“Dominique Henderson is the founder and managing member of DJH Capital Managment, LLC., a fee-only registered investment advisory firm specializing in comprehensive financial planning and wealth management.”
Firm:

DJH Capital Management, LLC.

Job Title:

Founder, Managing Member

Biography:

Dominique J. Henderson, Sr. began serving in the financial industry in 1998.  He is founder and managing member of DJH Capital Management, LLC. a registered investment advisory firm providing comprehensive financial planning and wealth management to high-net worth individuals and entrepreneurs. 

Professionally, Dominique has spent nearly two decades in financial services building a diverse skill set in data analysis, investment research, portfolio management and financial planning.  Prior to founding his firm, he spent years in institutional fixed income trading circles where he co-managed a multi-million dollar municipal bond strategy producing annualized returns in excess of 7%. 

Dominique uses his expertise to build financial plans and investment portfolios that help his clients find greater financial contentment in their lives.  He crafts custom plans to meet the diverse needs of each client in investment, tax, or estate planning.  He deeply desires to see people “win” with their hard-earned capital.

Dominique’s financial advice has been featured in such publications as US News & World Report, GoBankingRates.com as well as, as his weekly podcast, The Financial Literacy Boot Camp.  He uses the boot camp as a medium to help educate his clients and increase financial literacy in the investing public. 

Dominique is also an active member of the Financial Planning Association (FPA) and the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA).

Education:

Master of Security Analysis & Portfolio Management, Finance, Creighton University
BA, Finance, Prairie View A&M University

Assets Under Management:

$1 million

Fee Structure:

fee-only
hourly

CRD Number:

284607

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Thanks for your question. 

I’d suggest the following:

1) Develop a goals plan of what you want to accomplish in the next 1, 3, and 5 year increments;

2) See how much of your income each of those goals will take;

3) Focus on the ways you can manage your expectations without incurring too much debt;

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Good luck and I hope this helps!

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