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Investment Strategies

<b>Equity Growth Strategy</b>

Equity Growth Strategy

  • Long-term growth expectations in excess of the S&P 500 average. 

  • Strong financial foundation.

  • Applies a Growth at a Reasonable Price (GARP) approach to identifying companies for investment.

  • Will employ hedging and leveraging techniques when necessary or opportunistic utilizing exchange traded funds: long, inverse, leveraged (long and short) to achieve desired results.
<b>Dividend Value Strategy</b>

Dividend Value Strategy

  • Combines both the benefits of dividends and modest growth. 

  • Seeks out stocks and ETFs which pay dividend yields in excess of the S&P500 (SPX) while exhibiting low relative historical realized volatility.

  • Returns seek to beat the S&P500 Low Volatility High Dividend Index (SP5LVHD) 

  • Great pairing with the Growth Strategy.
<b>Index Absolute Return Strategy </b>

Index Absolute Return Strategy

  • Trading activity based on tactical time periods.

  • Avoids technical indicators such as chart analysis, Bollinger Bands, or Dow Theory.

  • Creating a time horizon framework rather than range or stop/limit-based construct.

  • Utilizes ETFs: long, inverse, leveraged (long and short) to achieve desired results.
<b>Consumer Discretionary Strategy&#160;</b>

Consumer Discretionary Strategy 

  • American Consumers are spenders not savers. This strategy focuses on where consumers spend money and when they spend – i.e. holidays, life events, home purchases, education, etc.

  • There are many sectors which are covered – retail (inline and bricks & mortar, restaurants – QSRs and casual dining, homebuilding, automotive, luxury brands, travel. payment processing, etc.
<b>Energy Transition Strategy</b>

Energy Transition Strategy

  • Both traditional and alternative energy investments carry risks. Traditional energy is a deep cyclical industry that many investors view as being volatile. Most emerging energy companies are inherently technology providers with volatile stock prices.

  • We seek to capture the strong return potential presented by clean and traditional energy, and at the same time temper their individual risk profiles. This is achieved by properly combining these uncorrelated industries in our energy transition portfolio that should mirror the transition from traditional to clean energy over time.
Fixed Income Strategy

Fixed Income Strategy

  • Focuses on capital preservation with stable income generation over time

  • Holdings may include high grade corporate bonds, preferred stocks and structured notes

  • Tailored strategies can be created to mitigate risks of higher interest rates and inflation

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