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Active management in plain English

An advisor’s perspective. The word “active” certainly has a much more positive connotation than its counterpart, “passive.” But when it comes to investment management, we in the financial-services arena use this terminology thinking that our...

When surprises occur in everyday investing

Nobody knows for sure what market environment will occur next. Isn’t it preferable to have a dynamic, risk-managed investment portfolio that can adapt proactively with rules-based, disciplined decision-making, rather than the “buy-and-hope” portfolios...

Don’t be confused by investment semantics

Proactive, tactical investing requires the ability to move from one asset class to another, seeking the right asset class at the right time. This is very different from the passivity of traditional strategic asset allocation, where there is always a...