Which ends up providing you with a higher return on investment: growth stocks or income stocks? It seems like income stocks are more consistent.

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Posted by Lauren R. (MONEY FORUMS: 4, Answers: 1)
Asked on February 21, 2016 5:54 pm
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We believe that a tactical approach that adapts to the current market environment is superior to a buy & hold approach that subjects investors to large losses. We believe that a quantitative approach that uses objective data to make investment decisions is superior to a qualitative approach that is based on the subjective opinions of others. We believe that the formula for investment success includes an objective investment strategy, but more importantly the discipline to follow one’s rules.
The global tactical approach that we use is not market timing and it is not about picking market tops or bottoms; it is about getting in line with the major market trends. Our approach does not require us to predict the future, but rather to objectively interpret the present.
Discipline is the key to investment success. Many investors make poor decisions because they succumb to the emotions of fear, greed, hope and denial. They become courageous when they should be fearful and fearful when they should be courageous. We realized a long time ago that if we could eliminate human emotions and biases from the investment process, it would give us a big advantage. This is the primary reason why we use quantitative models to objectively guide us through the ebbs and flows of the financial markets.

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Posted by Eric Follestad (MONEY FORUMS: 1, Answers: 3)
Answered: February 22, 2016 1:32 am
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