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(www.abndigital.com) Our topic of the week focuses on Strategic vs Tactical Asset Allocation. It's an age old debate often with varying answers and we will be exploring some of these concepts. Our guest hosts this evening: Cobie Legrange, a fundamental Analyst from Acsis; Roland Rousseau, a Quantitative Analyst from ADEX; Andrew Rumbelow, Chief Investment Officer at Sanlam Multi Manager International.
Asset allocation is a strategy that involves building a portfolio around asset classes. You include certain percentages of stocks, bonds, cash, real estate, and other investments, depending on the goals for your portfolio. You don’t have to maintain static ratios of asset classes in your portfolio, though. Basically, Tactical Asset Allocation (TAA) is a strategy that involves active portfolio management. This isn’t about buying specific asset classes in specific quantities and then holding. Instead, you rebalance the percentages of assets held in different categories so that you can take advantage of current market conditions. For more details on it, please watch video. Find us on Social Media and stay connected: Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/YadnyaAcademy Facebook Group - htt...
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Tony Robbins draws on his research with industry leaders to help new investors become acquainted with the basics. Robbins tackles a few common myths such as "you have to already be rich to make money investing" and "my financial planner is always looking out for my best interest." Robbins is the author of Money: Master the Game (http://goo.gl/npBvNk). Read more at BigThink.com: http://goo.gl/Ha5qqs Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript: So one of the things that I learned by working with all these investors was that there are some common steps that we all need to take whether you’ve got a thousand dollars, a hundred thousand dollars, a million dollars, ten million dollars. T...
Tactical investing aims to capitalize from anomalies in the stock market. But should your investments be 100% tactically geared? In this episode, Ron DeLegge, Chief Portfolio Strategist @ ETFguide examines explains the math of tactical strategies and what portion of your investment portfolio it should go. Take Ron’s Portfolio Report Card challenge and if you score an “A” you win $100! Go to http://www.etfguide.com/portfolio-report-card
True tactical management is only implemented by a few firms nation wide. Many claim to be able to do but only a few actually know how. Ace Capital truly has an active tactical strategy to help protect investors assets in down markets and participate fully in up markets.
http://twitter.com/hamzeianalytics - Excerpt from the Tactical Investing Basics webinar with Laif Meidell, President at American Wealth Management. Laif Meidell gives an example of how to develop your own quantitative approach in selecting and managing your investment portfolio. DATE: Recorded December 13, 2011. After Market Close Laif Meidell, American Wealth Management: http://www.financialhealth.com/ For more educational webinars: http://hamzeianalytics.com/educational_webinars.asp
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Syndicated financial columnist and news anchor Steve Savant interviews John Dubot certified financial planner and economist. John is one of the leading proponents of tactical investing in the country and has been featured in Forbes and Fortune Magazine. Right on the Money is a weekly one-hour financial talk show for consumers (www.onthemoneynews.com) https://youtu.be/UsmzzePnkkk
As the title implies, Kitces and Nanigian describe tactical asset allocation, why it is different than strategic asset allocation, and why it is popular in today's investment environment.
Asset allocation is name for the process of deciding how much of your money you invest in what kinds of assets. There are two types of asset allocation and in this video, I explain the second of these: Tactical Asset Allocation
With over 20 years of tactical management experience, Niemann Capital Management's primary focus is to avoid significant loss of principal in all market environments. Don Niemann, Niemann Capital Management's Chief Investment Officer, discusses the investment team's daily analysis of market and sector data used to identify the areas of the market favored for investment on a risk-adjusted basis. DISCLOSURE Niemann Capital Management's YouTube channel is open to the public and people "following" it may include employees, family members and clients. By "following" the page, no person is explicitly or implicitly endorsing or recommending Niemann Capital Management nor any of its employees, products or services. It is not known whether the individuals listed approve or disapprove of Niemann ...
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