• NY Times features Alison Comstock Moss

    In the NY Times article “Focusing on the Human Element of Estate Planning,” Alison Comstock Moss of Paul Comstock Partners details the benefits of purposeful estate planning. Read the full article here.

  • Alison Comstock Moss Honored With the 2014 Five Star Wealth Manager Award

    Five Star Professional is pleased to announce Alison Comstock Moss, Paul Comstock Partners, has been chosen as one of Houston’s Five Star Wealth Managers for 2014. Five Star Professional partnered with Texas Monthly to recognize a select group of Houston region wealth managers who provide quality services to their clients. Alison Comstock Moss will be… » read more

  • Paul Comstock Partners Honored With the 2014 Five Star Wealth Manager Award

    Five Star Professional is pleased to announce Paul L. Comstock, Paul Comstock Partners, has been chosen as one of Houston’ Five Star Wealth Managers for 2014. Five Star Professional partnered with Texas Monthly to recognize a select group of Houston region wealth managers who provide quality services to their clients. Paul L. Comstock will be… » read more

  • Comstock Named Five Star Wealth Manager – Five Times!

    In the September issue of Texas Monthly Magazine, Paul Comstock Partners is named as a 2013 Five Star Wealth Manager. As you know, Comstock is a “manager of managers” as we do not take discretion but act as advisors in a fiduciary capacity to investors. We have again been recognized by Texas Monthly as one… » read more

  • Sundown of a Theory

    David Stockman, President Reagan’s former budget director, wrote an impassioned editorial in the New York Times this past Sunday essentially predicting financial death for the United States. While the points about the sluggish recovery from the financial crisis of 2008 are essentially correct, Mr. Stockman glosses over the risks faced in 2008 of a much… » read more

  • Tax Update

    The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 was a politically attractive compromise for both parties that addressed the income tax most on voters’ minds but delayed for two months the more difficult issue of the budget cuts outlined in the Budget Control Act of 2011. Thus the act provided clarity to the revenue half of… » read more

  • Family Philanthropy – A Thanksgiving Project

    Parents and grandparents have expressed to us the difficultly they face in starting a conversation about philanthropy with their children. When is it a good time to talk to our kids about it? Where do we start? How do we explain it? We suggest a simple yet powerful holiday project that begins at the dinner… » read more

  • Post 2012 Election

    The 2012 election re-elected President Obama and did not significantly alter the composition of Congress.  Republicans still control the House while the Democrats retain control of the Senate.  This leaves the same actors to negotiate a way to get the budget deficit under control while averting the recession that would result from a full implementation… » read more

  • Average Hedge Fund Manager Returns

    In January this year Simon Lack published a book entitled The Hedge Fund Mirage: The Illusion of Big Money and Why it’s Too Good to be True. The book makes the not unreasonable claim that the popularity of hedge funds, which began in the early 2000s after the crash of the technology bubble, resulted in… » read more

  • The Role of Real Estate in Portfolios

    Paul Comstock was published in the August issue of Trust & Estates magazine as he examines the often misunderstood investment class of Real Estate. Investing in real estate is often thought as an “alternative” to the generally utilized asset classes like stock and bonds. However, in light of what defines a long-term investment, Paul discusses… » read more