Our Strategic Advantage
The edge you will get with Paisley Financial lies within our strategic design to Capital Management. Our Trilateral Active Management approach is our optimal way to achieve maximum diversification & growth, as it encompasses all of our active management capabilities into a single, engine.
Active Strategic Management
- Growth Strategies
An aggressive portfolio strategy mostly comprised of our top growth stocks which aims to maximize capital growth. Risk is typically managed through the use of a well-diversified stock portfolio.Learn More
Strategies that attempt to achieve growth but is averse to taking on large amounts of risk by tilting towards stocks, up to 60%. Growth is placed as the primary emphasis and current income as their secondary emphasis though may change depending on prevailing market conditions.Learn More
An amalgam of fixed income & short term revenue generating instruments that are focused on low risk objectives. The investments sought are of a high yield with a steady dividend history. Option strategies may be use to grind out additional gains or to work as a volatility hedge.Learn More
Hedge Fund Style (Long/Short)
Our Trilateral Active Management approach is our optimal way to achieve maximum diversification & growth, as it encompasses all of our active management capabilities into a single, engine. The strategy incorporates all of our fixed income, currency, equity and commodity trading strategies we have developed into a model that will ebb and flow with volatility, growth, recessive interruptions or trends and all invested in a securities-only product.Learn More
Active versus Passive Management
Active management is the art of stock picking and market timing. Passive management refers to a buy-and-hold approach. Buy and Hold worked well enough until 2008 when the DOW dropped 37% and has still not recovered. To understand the right choice for you, please learn more below.Learn More
Moderate 60/40 Allocation
Typical Time Horizon: 8 to 15 years
This type of investor seeks to achieve growth but
is averse to taking on large amounts of risk. By balancing their
allocations with a slight tilt toward stocks, up to 60%, this
investor places growth as their primary emphasis and current income
as their secondary emphasis.
Below is a typical example of an asset allocation for this type of investor.
What type of investor considers
this type of fund?
Investors with an average appetite for risk who want access to both stocks and bonds in a professionally constructed and dynamically rebalanced portfolio.
Please note that these are examples and that every individual may have varying degrees of risk so always discuss the variances with your Paisley Advisor.