For cautious investors who believe that not all market risks are worth taking, tactical investing is worth considering.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 29, 2014
Weatherstone Capital Management has written an industry white paper reviewing the merits of a tactical (active) approach to managing client investments. The white paper addresses some commonly raised questions regarding tactical versus strategic investment approaches, and discounts some frequently raised objections against tactical investing.
Michael Ball, founder and lead portfolio manager of Weatherstone Capital Management explains, “Most investors are regularly asking the question: ‘What is the best investment strategy to achieve my financial goals?’ Most investment strategies tend to take the long-term approach, and don’t account for current market conditions. Tactical investment strategies, which can adjust asset allocations based upon current conditions, are often more compatible with investors’ desires. Tactical investments strategies are versatile, they can be more aggressive at times and more conservative at others.”
For cautious investors who believe that not all market risks are worth taking, tactical investing is worth considering. Tactical investing incorporates flexibility, tools for measuring risks, and potential rewards that are based on historical market cycles and investor behavior during those cycles. This white paper illustrates the underlying reasons why tactical investing is a compelling option for diversifying an investment portfolio.
To view this white paper, see attachment.
Weatherstone was founded by Michael Ball in January of 2001, and is based in Denver, Colorado. Weatherstone Capital Management believes that an investors’ portfolio needs to be adjusted regularly to include investments that have above average growth potential and to exclude investments that are no longer attractive. Weatherstone adheres to the philosophy that not all market risks are worth taking. By employing a strict and measured approach to investing, Weatherstone determines when to invest and when to reduce exposure to maintain a defensive posture. Over the years, our dedicated staff has enhanced many services including online statements of performance and tax reporting, additional investment programs to provide an extensive range of investment strategies for both conservative and aggressive investors, and the ability to combine multiple strategies in a single account. We manage money through our primary custodian, Trust Company of America. Weatherstone currently manages over 1.2 billion in assets.