Who We Are

Centurion Capital Management is a fee based Registered Investment Advisory firm which focuses on advising institutional, and individual clients on options writing strategies designed to limit risk, and enhance rates of return on individual equities, and portfolios of equities.

Chris Dorst,
Centurion’s President brings many years of options writing, and general investment experience to Centurion Capital Management, and its clients. Christian has been implementing options writing strategies on his own investments for many years.
Prior to founding Centurion Capital Management, Chris was Chief Investment Officer for 13 years at Meridian Asset Management, a Registered Investment Advisory firm. Chris sold his interest in Meridian Asset Management in late 2013.

Other Income Portfolios

Centurion Capital Management is a fee based Registered Investment Advisory firm which focuses on advising institutional, and individual clients on options writing strategies designed to limit risk, and enhance rates of return on individual equities, and portfolios of equities.

Closed-End Funds
A closed-end fund is organized as a publicly traded investment company, and both it and its portfolio manager need a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) registration. It tends to be actively managed unlike most ETFs or index mutual funds, and its portfolio of securities typically concentrates on a specific industry, geographic market, or market sector.
M-Reits
The “m” stands for “mortgage,” as mREITs are a special group of REITs that base their real estate investments in the mortgage market. For the most part, this means that mREITs buy mortgages on the secondary mortgage market – in other words, they purchase mortgage debts.
Business Development Companies
A business development company (BDC) is an organization that invests in small- and medium-size companies and distressed companies, helping the former to grow in the initial stages of their development and the latter to get on a sounder financial footing. Set up similarly to closed-end investment funds, many BDCs are typically public companies whose shares are traded on major stock exchanges, such as the American Stock Exchange (AMEX), Nasdaq and others. As investments, they can be somewhat high-risk, but offer high dividend yields.
High Yielding Common Stock
High dividend stocks appeal to many investors living off dividends in retirement because their high yields provide generous income. Many of the highest paying dividend stocks offer a high yield in excess of 4%.
Preferred Equities
Preferred shares are equity, but in many ways, they are hybrid assets that lie between stock and bonds. They offer more predictable income than common stock and are rated by the major credit rating agencies. Unlike with bondholders, failing to pay a dividend to preferred shareholders does not mean a company is in default. Because preferred shareholders do not enjoy the same guarantees as creditors, the ratings on preferred shares are generally lower than the same issuer's bonds, with the yields being accordingly higher.
Listed Corporate Bonds
Corporate bonds are issued by firms to raise capital to fund various expenditures. They are attractive to investors because they provide much higher yields than bonds issued by the government. However, this higher yield is accompanied by higher risk. 
Municipal Bonds
A municipal bond, commonly known as a Muni Bond, is a bond issued by a local government or territory, or one of their agencies. It is generally used to finance public projects such as roads, schools, airports and seaports, and infrastructure-related repairs.
Open-End Funds
An open-end fund provides investors an easy, low-cost way to pool money and purchase a diversified portfolio reflecting a specific investment objective. Investing objectives include investing for growth or income, and in large-cap or small-cap companies, among others. Further, the funds can target investments into specific industries or countries. Investors typically do not need a lot of money to gain entry into an open-end fund, making the fund easily accessible for all levels of investors.
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A closed-end fund is organized as a publicly traded investment company, and both it and its portfolio manager need a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) registration. It tends to be actively managed unlike most ETFs or index mutual funds, and its portfolio of securities typically concentrates on a specific industry, geographic market, or market sector.

The “m” stands for “mortgage,” as mREITs are a special group of REITs that base their real estate investments in the mortgage market. For the most part, this means that mREITs buy mortgages on the secondary mortgage market – in other words, they purchase mortgage debts.

A business development company (BDC) is an organization that invests in small- and medium-size companies and distressed companies, helping the former to grow in the initial stages of their development and the latter to get on a sounder financial footing. Set up similarly to closed-end investment funds, many BDCs are typically public companies whose shares are traded on major stock exchanges, such as the American Stock Exchange, Nasdaq and others. As investments, they can be somewhat high-risk, but offer high dividend yields.

High dividend stocks appeal to many investors living off dividends in retirement because their high yields provide generous income. Many of the highest paying dividend stocks offer a high yield in excess of 4%.

Preferred shares are equity, but in many ways, they are hybrid assets that lie between stock and bonds. They offer more predictable income than common stock and are rated by the major credit rating agencies. Unlike with bondholders, failing to pay a dividend to preferred shareholders does not mean a company is in default. Because preferred shareholders do not enjoy the same guarantees as creditors, the ratings on preferred shares are generally lower than the same issuer’s bonds, with the yields being accordingly higher.

Corporate bonds are issued by firms to raise capital to fund various expenditures. They are attractive to investors because they provide much higher yields than bonds issued by the government. However, this higher yield is accompanied by higher risk. 

A municipal bond, commonly known as a Muni Bond, is a bond issued by a local government or territory, or one of their agencies. It is generally used to finance public projects such as roads, schools, airports and seaports, and infrastructure-related repairs.

An open-end fund provides investors an easy, low-cost way to pool money and purchase a diversified portfolio reflecting a specific investment objective. Investing objectives include investing for growth or income, and in large-cap or small-cap companies, among others. Further, the funds can target investments into specific industries or countries. Investors typically do not need a lot of money to gain entry into an open-end fund, making the fund easily accessible for all levels of investors.

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