There are different ways to skin a cat, so to speak. Numerous investment options exist for investors. Buy/hold, day-trade, strategic, tactical, sector rotation, special situations, deep value, aggressive growth, target-date, target risk, asset allocation, and the list goes on. What is an investor to do? How should she invest her hard-earned assets? What makes sense and how does he preserve or grow financial capital?
For starters, an investor with limited knowledge of financial markets and investment strategies may want to seek advice from a financial advisor. This financial advisor with presumed expertise can help navigate what may seem like a complicated maze.
In terms of which strategy is most appropriate, it likely depends on an investor’s unique circumstances and where he/she is in his/her stage of life. At Fund Architects, we manage strategies that are comprised of mutual funds or ETF’s and are built on the belief that well-diversified portfolios, dynamically managed, can provide investors with satisfactory risk-adjusted returns over time. Additionally, we offer strategies that are absolute return oriented and trade as frequently as daily in their efforts to provide positive risk-adjusted returns. So whether the focus is relative returns or absolute returns, less frequent or frequent reallocations, core or explore, Fund Architects may have a strategy that is suitable to you as an investor or to clients of financial advisors. It may be a good time to assess which strategies are most appropriate for you to achieve your financial goals.
The remarks and observations stated here represent the views and opinions of Fund Architects, LLC, and are not intended to be construed as investment advice. Fund Architects is not responsible for any actions taken as a result of these comments. No form of compensation is received for the contents of this blog.