Princeton Ivy Capital Advisors has Addressed "Fiscal Cliff Fears" by Using Long Term Strategy for its Investors

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PICA transformed this "Fiscal Cliff Fear" into an opportunity by investing for the long run.

Convert Short Term Fears into Long Term Opportunities!

Princeton Ivy Capital Advisors' has completed its review of market valuations. This coupled with the impending Fiscal Cliff issues as well as unresolved debates between Democrats and Republicans, has indicated an increase in expected market volatility. Princeton Ivy Capital Advisors expects short term volatility to affect portfolios deleteriously, and has cautioned its investors to protect their portfolios by continuing to use the long term strategy. Short term Volatility has provided buying opportunities for the long term buy and hold approach.

Princeton Ivy Capital Advisors has invested for the long term using stable and steady earning companies that are rated highly for corporate governance. The PICA screener has "10 Pillars of strength" that are used to rate each of 1,650 companies. The highest ranked companies are ones that are top scoring for long term investment return potential.

The strategy's track record from 8/31/1994 to 3/31/2012 is 14.15% annualized return, low market risk (Beta) of 0.38, and alpha of 11.55. This strategy was ranked #1 by Money Manager Review (an independent company) for 10 year return.

As of 12/24/2012, Princeton Ivy Capital Advisors is invested in the following companies for its Clients:
Anheuser Busch, Becton Dickinson, Berkshire Hathaway, Campbell Soup company, The Coca Cola Company, DirecTV, General Mills, General Motors, Goldman Sachs, Guess Jeans, Intuit, McDonald's, Microsoft, Pepsi, Republic Services Group, Thomson Reuters, and Western Union.

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