The ISA Advantage: Dynamic Asset Allocation

By | April 7th, 2014 11:04 AM EST | posted in Spotlight

For the first time in over 70 years, 2000-2010 challenged investor expectations of “normal returns.” Because of heightened volatility, investors with an income focused portfolio would have fared better than investors with a Moderate Growth Portfolio. At ISA we believe, we have entered a New Era of investing. A time when volatility is predominant and an investment manager’s best strategy for generating sustainable returns is to manage client portfolios more actively.

Dynamic Asset Allocation

DYNAMIC ASSET ALLOCATION IN THE NEW ERA OF INVESTING

This article is the first of a series which will explain “The ISA Advantage”. Our company was created to help investors in the New Era of investing with different yet important inter-related concepts. The first concept of our investment methodology is our Dynamic Asset Allocation. We believe that the best way to over perform in the long-term is to reduce investment cost by using Exchanged Traded Funds and actively managed our clients’ portfolio. By performing Rigorous Research, which will be overviewed in the next article, we are able to identify market trends. Our Dynamic Asset Allocation allows us to quickly react to these trends to reduce exposure during down markets while fully participating when markets are rising.

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ISA WAS DESIGNED FOR DYNAMIC ASSET ALLOCATION

Our Registered Investment Advisor status helps us align ourselves with our clients’ best interest. Our compensation is derived from a percentage of the assets we manage instead of a commission for products we sell. This way we can take every step we feel necessary to help our clients. Furthermore, by taking advantage of our preferred discount broker’s low transaction fees, we can make sure investment cost stays at a minimum.

WANT TO EXPERIENCE OUR DYNAMIC ASSET ALLOCATION?

Our Dynamic Asset Allocation is the basis of The ISA Advantage. By positioning our clients’ portfolios accordingly depending on our research, we strive to reach higher returns while reducing volatility.  If you would like to have The ISA Advantage, let us create a 2nd Opinion of your portfolio. The 2nd Opinion is the best way to experience The ISA Advantage. Please visit us at indexstrategyadvisors.com and click ‘talk to an advisor’ to set-up an appointment.  We are looking forward to our call.

 

 

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