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Strategies in Tactical Asset Allocation
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It's a busy chart, but notice the solid lines and the 2 dashed lines in the chart above. The solid lines represent the current performance of the Sage Investment Strategies Portfolios over the past three years. The 2 dashed lines represent the performance of 2 key benchmarks: (1) the S&P 500 Index, represented by the black dashed line, and (2) a buy-and-hold portfolio consisting of 60% US stocks and 40% bonds, represented by the gray dashed line. Notice the differences between the Sage Investment Strategies portfolios and the benchmarks. The Sage Investment Strategies portfolios fluctuate much less ...
thus far has been a passive buy and hold approach to investing - essentially, how you divvy up your pie into slices of world asset classes. However, an active approach to asset allocation may offer some value. Tactical Asset Allocation is defined by Investopedia as an: "Active management portfolio strategy that rebalances the percentage of assets held in various categories in order to take advantage of market pricing anomalies or strong market sectors. " What is that exactly? Three great reviews explain: Global Tactical Asset Allocation [GTAA] - Goldman Sachs ( GS ) Manufacturing Alpha ... Read More
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