Rich Gluck is a Financial Advisor at One Seven. He uses his deep investment and financial expertise to help clients achieve their goals. Rich has over 30 years of experience in portfolio management, investment strategy, securities and derivatives trading, and economic analysis. He has been a money manager, private bank strategist, bond trader and an economic researcher at the Federal Reserve. Rich holds a MS in Finance from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a BA in economics, magna cum laude, from SUNY at Buffalo. He is an avid cyclist, hiker, and skier. Rich loves to travel with his wife and three children, spend time with friends old and new, and read about anything that piques his interest.
Words I Live By
“That which is hateful to you, do not do to another. That is the whole Law. The rest is commentary.” —Rabbi Hillel
“Never let the fear of striking out get in your way.” —Babe Ruth
You Should Know…
- I like actively engaging with people, family, friends or folks I meet along the way. Whether it’s cooking together, skiing a new run or seeing what’s over the next hill, it’s always fun to share the adventure.
- I love the outdoors. I began cycling seriously in 2010 and haven’t stopped since. Diane, my wife, says she now knows what a golf widow must feel like. I ski, hike and snowshoe too.
- I tried out for Jeopardy. My family says that my stock of random useless knowledge is perfect for the show. I realized during the tryout that I’d never make it on. I was teamed with a rakishly dressed songwriter and a woman who procured antique clothing for movies and the theater. Suburban dad, not a chance.
My Literary Love
I read widely. Here’s what I’m reading now:
The Best Getaway
Traveling with my wife and kids.
My One Seven Reason
After seeing the client experience at the large private bank where I was a strategist, I felt that there must be a better way to serve clients. One Seven is that better way. Its independence allows me to use my deep financial expertise to provide advice aligned with my clients’ goals and needs.