Category: Portfolio Management

5 posts categorized as "Portfolio Management"

Active Management’s Time to Shine

December 11, 2019

By Rusty Vanneman, CFA, CMT – Chief Investment Officer, Orion What is the difference between a passive and an active investment portfolio? The passive strategy attempts to match a benchmark’s return (before fees) and risks over time. Success is defined as having a low tracking error. An active fund, however, differs from a benchmark as…

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Making the Case: 3 Tips for Better Investing

April 16, 2019

Content Provided by Case Eichenberger, CIMA – Senior Client Portfolio Manager Book Your First Quarter Gains? The first quarter of 2019 has had a hot start. As of March 26, U.S. and global stocks are up more than 10%! But the positive streak is raising some concerning questions. I’ve personally heard strategists from prominent asset…

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Tough Minded

December 5, 2018

Content provided by Robyn Murray, Freelance Writer Shana Sissel has survived not one, but two terrorist attacks. On September 11, 2001, Sissel was on the 64th floor of World Trade Center Tower 2. On April 15, 2013, she was three blocks away from the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Her frightening experiences, along with…

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Risk Budgeting Basics: Can U.S. Treasuries be Riskier Than Emerging Market Stocks?

August 22, 2018

Content Provided by Case Eichenberger, CIMA – Client Portfolio Manager Risk can be defined in multiple ways: beta to the stock market, standard deviation of returns, relative standard deviation to the stock market, probability of catastrophic loss, probability of not realizing goals, or probability of not sticking with investments, among others. None are correct or…

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The Rock Stars at CLS Investments

July 6, 2018

Content Provided by Rusty Vanneman, CFA, CMT – Chief Investment Officer When I was at Fidelity Investments (FMR Co) back in the 1990s, legendary investor Peter Lynch had moved on, but the culture he helped create, one fully dedicated to active management and high performance, was still in place. Fidelity hired the best and brightest…

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