About Joseph

Joseph Rinaldi is a Vice President and Wealth Advisor at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

Joe works closely with individuals who have had successful careers and are approaching retirement or may have recently sold their businesses. He brings them institutional-caliber insights and advice by drawing on the strength of his well-rounded background in operations, trading, products and managing financial advisors, which makes him sympathetic to all sides.

Taking a leadership path to his professional career, Joe served as a U.S. Army Paratrooper for nearly 15 years. Following his pivot to financial services, he was the lead portfolio manager at two firms, overseeing UMA at Morgan Stanley for ten years and then acting as the Firm's Consulting Group Regional Director. He then ran all investments for a private wealth management group at Wells Fargo.

Joe graduated summa cum laude from the University of Washington, earning a B.S. in Accounting and Computer Information Systems, and passing the CPA Exam on the first attempt. He was a Distinguished Honor Graduate and Leadership Award Recipient of the U.S. Army's Advanced Non-Commissioned Officers Course in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. He also holds the Certified Investment Management Analyst® designation.

A native of Philadelphia, Joe has lived in Texas for many years. He is the father of two daughters and a son. In his spare time, Joe coaches football, is deeply involved in youth athletics, and teaches target practice.

Insights

Economy

Is it a golden era for gold?

April 19, 2024Understanding the factors driving the price of gold, and some of the reasons it could be effective in a portfolio construction.Read Now
Wealth Planning

Building financial awareness in children: Leverage the extraordinary power of life’s everyday moments

April 19, 2024There are many “teachable moments” buried in everyday decisions and activities that can help children develop financial awareness and a sense of responsibility. Read more about it.Read Now
Outlook

Geopolitical unrest: Assessing market implications

April 19, 2024Some investors worry Middle East tensions could impact inflation, making it tricky for central banks. Top Market Takeaways digs into what we’re watching and what it could mean for investors.Read Now
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