CEO of Chester Springs-Based Creative Capital Wealth Management Group Now a Contributor to

Frederick Hubler
Frederick Hubler.
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Fred Hubler — the founder and CEO of Creative Capital Wealth Management Group, an independent wealth management firm based in Chester Springs — is now a regular online contributor to

Hubler will provide the platform’s readers with exclusive insights and commentary on emerging trends in alternative investments and other timely finance and investment topics. Forbes is a leading business and financial media company reaching more than 150 million people each month.

As a contributor, Hubler will join a prestigious group of financial experts — including economists, investors, and entrepreneurs — who share their knowledge and expertise with readers.

“I am thrilled for this opportunity to contribute to Forbes Media,” said Hubler. “Forbes is a respected news brand that provides valuable insights into the financial world. I look forward to sharing my expertise and insights with Forbes readers and contributing to the conversation on important financial topics.”

Hubler possesses 20-plus years of experience in the financial industry and has earned a number of awards, including the 2023 Outstanding Citizen of the Year Award from the Phoenixville Regional Chamber of Commerce.

He founded Creative Capital Wealth Management Group in 2003 to provide alternative investment strategies and comprehensive wealth management services to individuals, families, and businesses in Greater Philadelphia and across the U.S.

Hubler’s expertise in financial planning, retirement planning, and investment management has been featured in some of the most well-respected financial news outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch, Investor’s Business Daily, and various broadcast networks.

Readers can follow and subscribe to Hubler’s latest contributions to

Learn more about Creative Capital Wealth Management Group.

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