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Changing the Structure of Tactical Return Generation

May 11, 2016
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Tactical equity strategies that seek to outperform the market will typically try to accomplish this goal by limiting downside capture during bear markets.   By their nature, tactical strategies don’t expect to get 100% upside capture during a bull market (unless they are using a decent […]

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What World War Z Can Teach Us About Investing

May 9, 2016
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In the movie World War Z a virus starts turning people into Zombies and they threaten to take over the world.  The main character, played by Brad Pitt, is tasked with finding out what happened and how to cure it.  On this mission he hears that […]

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The Current Market Environment and Implications for Tactical Asset Allocation Part III

March 25, 2016
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As I write this the market has gone through what looks like another V shaped correction.  After a few of these types of moves in succession we can no longer call it a fluke, it may not be the new normal but we have to expect that […]

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An Example of Forward Looking Due Diligence in System Development

March 8, 2016
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When most investors do due diligence they look at past returns and expect them to persist into the future.  Unfortunately, they rarely do.  Forward looking due diligence takes past returns with a grain of salt, the goal is to determine where the returns came from and […]

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