Are You Really Going To Trust A Fund Manager – Again?

How will You Improve Your Portfolio Results In 2015 ?

This probably comes as no big surprise, but the average fund manager hasn’t beat the market indices during the last 10 years. Amazing isn’t it?
 
And for those managers who do, it usually only in a bull market.
 
In bear markets, the number of profitable funds drops to almost zero! With those kind of odds, do you really want turn your money over to managers who won’t even move you to cash when its time to protect you from severe market declines?
 
As you have no doubt discovered, the old “tried and true” rules of investing may are still tried, but they certainly aren’t true. In fact, if the “buy and hold” strategy were really the best way to profit, why would institutional traders – the largest daily volume traders in the markets – move their money in and out of stocks like clockwork.
 
The truth is, they are making profits by selling to you when they know it’s time to go!
Unsuspecting investors buy when institutions are ready to sell, and sell when big money is ready to buy. Retail investors are the perfect  shills because the little guy will always trade on emotion or bad advice, and end up putting their money right into the hands of the hedge fund traders wanting to unload positions!
Our ( Jack A. Bass)  Managed Accounts keeps you from falling into that trap! It shows in advance when institutional traders are about to make the switch, whether buying or selling, and you’ll be moving your money to keep one step ahead of them – with much less emotion.
Now, instead of market “head fakes” causing you to lose money, you’ll leverage minor turns as opportunities to add to positions you are already holding. We call it trading the short term cycle.
 
 
End Costly Investing Mistakes
 
Successful investing is can often be counter- intuitive to how most investors want to trade.

Proof of The Pudding:

Here is our recent letter:

Managed Accounts Year End Review and Forecast

November 2014 – 40 % cash position
Gold and Precious MetalsThe largest gains for our clients came from the exit from the gold producers at $18oo an ounce and continuing until we hold no gold and no gold miners . This from the author of The Gold Investors Handbook.2015 – We continue to be on the sidelines for this sector – regardless of the gnomes of Switzerland . As a safe haven gold simply wasnot there for investors despite turmoil in the Middle East, Africa and Ukraine.How much more frightening can the prospect for peace be than to have wars in multiple locations? Secondly the spectre of inflation – on which I have given numerous talks – simply failed to materialize. In fact economists and portfolio managers such as myself are now more concerned about deflation – and the spectre is a Japanese style decades long slide in the world economy.
Shipping Sector / Bulk ShippersYou can review our stock market letter athttp://www.amp2012.com to follow our profits in the shipping sector before our retreat as overcapacity has yet to effect continued overbuiding. In 2008-9 rates-  illustrated by the Baltic Dry Index – were at their peak. The BDI hit over 10,000. Today it is roughly 10 % of that benchmark and the sector slide continues. We have an impressive watchlist of former ” darlings” – but we are content to watch and wait.
Oil/ EnergyI am very happy for the call in natural gas prices – out at $12 and into oil. When oil was above $100 we lessened positions and that is our saving grace in the past two weeks. We are not bottom feeders and will wait for a turn in the market before reentering drillers or producers.On Friday November 27th, crude oil prices dropped to below $72 and the slide has continued into the weekend, with Brent crude oil at $70.15 as I write this post. Shares of major oil companies traded down on Friday. Our former energy sector holdings are down another between 4% and 11%, including SDRL, which dropped another 8% following Wednesday’s 23% plunge…

Have you avoided these sectors – you would have been better off to follow our advice in 2014 and now you have to decide for 2015.
No one – and I am not being humble here – can project the future with great accuracy but our clients continue to do very well and we offer that experience to you.

Fees : 1 % annual set up and a performance bonus of 20 % – only if we perform.

You can withdraw your funds monthly if you require an income stream.

Alternate Guaranteed Income Payments

Private client funds Minimum $10,000 Maximum Loan $500,000

Our client is seeking funds to expand their tanker fleet .

Interest 12 % compounded – paid 1% per month

Floating charge of the full $500,000 against the fleet – valued at  more than $ 1 M

 

Contact information:

To learn more about portfolio management ,asset protection, trusts ,offshore company formation and structure for your business interests (at no cost or obligation)

Email

jackabass@gmail.com OR

info@jackbassteam.com  OR

Call Jack direct at 604-858-3202

10:00 – 4:00 Monday to Friday Pacific Time ( same time zone as Los Angeles).

Similar to wise buying decisions, exiting certain underperformers at the right time helps maximize portfolio returns. Selling off losers can be difficult, but if both the share price and estimates are falling, it could be time to get rid of the security before more losses hit your portfolio.

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