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Financial Industry Thought Leaders

Authors at Savant

We are proud to list three book authors among the ranks of our industry thought leaders. Their published works include The Allocator’s Edge, Victory Lap Retirement, and The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Financial Well-Being. We invite you to learn more about them and the other distinguished thought leaders on our team.


Phil Huber, author of
The Allocator’s Edge

Phil is the chief investment officer for Savant Wealth Management and is the author of The Allocator’s Edge, a modern guide to alternative investments and the future of diversification. As both a wealth management practitioner and an investment industry thought leader, Phil is uniquely qualified in helping investors design, implement and stick with evidence-based portfolios built to fulfill long-term financial goals and objectives. Phil and his blog have been featured by a number of media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, InvestmentNews, CityWire RIA Magazine, and Bloomberg TV.


Rob Morrison, co-author of
Victory Lap Retirement

Rob is the chief strategy and innovation officer at Savant Wealth Management and co-author of the book Victory Lap Retirement, second edition. A wealth manager for more than 20 years, Rob has coached many clients through their Victory Lap transitions. He is a passionate advocate for his clients and enjoys speaking about the changing face of work and retirement. In 2021, Rob co-authored Savant’s research on how investors view retirement today, and how they might re-imagine it if given the choice. The report, “The Death of Retirement: New Thinking on the Next Chapter,” formed the foundation for reshaping how Savant works with clients to envision their ideal futures.


Wayne Titus III, author of
The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Financial Well-Being

Wayne is a financial advisor, managing director of Savant’s office in Plymouth, MI, and author of the book, The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Financial Well-being. The product of an entrepreneurial family, Wayne founded AMDG Financial and AMDG Business Advisory Services in 2002 after spending 15 years at two large accounting firms working with Fortune 50 clients. In writing The Entrepreneur’s Guide, Wayne drew on his personal experience and professional background to help entrepreneurs find and build a lasting relationship with a financial advisor who understands their unique needs. Though Wayne and his business partners sold their firms to Savant in 2021, Wayne continues to work with individuals, families, and entrepreneurs to integrate their tax, financial, and investment strategies.

Books are for general educational purposes only and are not intended to provide investment, legal or tax advice. Please consult your investment, legal or tax professional for personalized advice on your particular situation.