Tactical Investing Podcast Series - Adviser Investments

Tactical Investing Podcast Series

Tactical investment strategies may seem confusing or complex; there are a lot of misconceptions about how they work and how they fit into a long-term investor’s portfolio. In our three-part series on tactical investing, The Adviser You Can Talk To Podcast helps break down your most pressing questions so you can decide if this disciplined, rules-based investment approach is the right strategy for you.

Making Tactical Practical: An Introduction to Tactical Investing

Director of Research Jeff DeMaso and Quantitative Investments Manager Josh Jurbala explain the terminology and provide an engaging overview of this ever-evolving investing methodology.

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A Tactical Take on High-Yield

Director of Research Jeff DeMaso and Quantitative Investments Manager Josh Jurbala are back for the second part of our multi-episode look at tactical investments, this time diving deep into the investing philosophy behind our approach to tactical high income.

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A Tactical Approach to Asset Allocation

Decades of low interest rates have driven even the most cautious investors into riskier assets in search of yield—but taking on more risk in your portfolio can leave your nest egg exposed if the markets shift. In this episode of The Adviser You Can Talk To Podcast, Quantitative Investments Manager Josh Jurbala and Portfolio Manager Charles Toole describe how a tactical, multi-asset approach can help mitigate some of these risks.

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