New York, NY (PRWEB) February 15, 2013
Indira Amladi CFA, Chief Executive Officer and Sr. Portfolio Manager at Princeton Ivy Capital Advisors, LLC, was recently seen in Forbes with other leading professionals as part of a feature called “America’s PremierExperts® Presents: Forecasts & Strategies For the New Year & Beyond.” In the Forbes feature, Indira Amladi and other leading experts from various industries were asked for their “top tips on health, wealth and success to help you thrive in the New Year and beyond.”
Ms. Amladi remarked, “The Low Market Impact strategy (established 1994) is ranked #1 by Money Manager Review for 10-years ending 12/31/2011. This strategy minimizes the downside of market risk, focusing on companies with strong corporate governance and pricing power. The strategy also protects investments from the stock market which will experience ongoing volatility from the Fiscal cliff, European crisis and inflation from Fed’s expansionary policies.”
Princeton Capital Advisors is an independent, employee-owned investment management firm, with its proven investment strategy established since 1994. Their time-tested investment discipline is offered to clients through separately managed accounts and funds. Since the founding of their Long Term Investing strategy more than 17 years ago, their mission has been to serve their Clients, and to do so with high integrity.
Indira Amladi and her team seek to build wealth for investors through a patient, long-term investment approach. They believe stocks represent ownership interests in businesses and therefore rigorously research company fundamentals. They are highly sensitive to valuation, as price is an important component in generating attractive long-term investment results. The name "Princeton Ivy" was inspired by the ivy that grows in Princeton, tenaciously through all weather conditions.
With 18 years of experience, Princeton Ivy has successfully managed money through many environments – including periods of inflation, recession, rising and falling energy prices, rising and falling interest rates, and bull and bear markets.
For more information about Indira Amladi, please visit http://www.princetonivy.net/