The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requires Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs) to update and file Form ADV annually.  If you did not receive a Form ADV from your advisor, it's likely that you are working with a commissioned salesperson and you should seek advice elsewhere.  Here is what Arthur Levitt, former SEC Chairman had to say about the difference between an independent Registered Investment Advisor, like our firm, and a broker:

“If you have more than $50,000 to invest, you should fire your broker and find an investment advisor. Brokerage firms would like for you to think that they perform the same functions as investment advisors. Many brokers call themselves ‘financial consultants’ or ‘financial advisors.’ But they are not the same as independent investment advisors.”