Mr. Adkins has over a decade of institutional investment consulting experience. Mr. Adkins area of specialty includes conducting investment manager research and investment manager searches, conducting retirement plan provider searches, drafting investment policy statements, generating GIPS compliant investment performance monitoring reports, conducting equity and fixed income attribution analyses, conducting financial cost analyses, and writing investment-related articles.

Mr. Adkins has written articles for Forbes, including What the National Debt Means to You and Redefining Investor Risk, his article Risks to Consider Before Investing in Bonds was published by Investor's Business Daily, and his article Six Problems With 401k Plans was published in more than 150 newspapers nationwide.

As an interest in public policy, Mr. Adkins has developed an Internet-based residential real estate analysis software application that allows prospective homebuyers to use patent-pending financial methodology in order to generate a comprehensive, accurate, automated, user friendly, and affordable residential real estate analysis. For more information please visit the website:

Mr. Adkins holds a Master's Degree in Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma, an Undergraduate Degree in Health Care Administration from the University of Kentucky, and is a member of Pi Alpha Alpha National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration. Mr. Adkins holds the FINRA Series 7 General Securities Representative designation and the FINRA Series 63 Uniformed State Law designation. In addition, Mr. Adkins holds a residential real estate license, and has passed the Level I and II Chartered Financial Analyst examinations.

Mr. Adkins lives in New York City.