Many portfolios remain limited to a mix of common investments, such as stocks, bonds, and cash. Our portfolios are not bound by a traditional definition of diversification, and draw from an extraordinarily wide selection of asset types. This is similar to the diversification employed by major institutions and includes often-overlooked specialized investments. Our goal is to maximize the accessibility of return opportunities across a broad range of investment areas and changing market conditions. Further, this helps us strive for consistency of returns without unnecessary dependence on a single market area.
The number of years that the current fund manager has directed the fund investments.
ASSETS IN FUND
The fund’s total assets under management.
The annual fee that the fund manager charges to their investors.
The percentage of a fund’s holdings that are replaced on an annual basis.
NUMBER OF HOLDINGS
The total number of securities contained within the fund.
The average annual total return (including income and growth) net of the fund’s expense ratio.
A risk-adjusted return measure that quantifies the amount of return being generated based on the risk-level.
A measurement of the relationship between a fund and its benchmark index.
A measure of downside risk which focuses on returns that fall below the average return.
A measurement of an investment’s excess return, or the actual return less the expected return as determined by the risk assumed.