The S&P 500 fell 6.6% May, after topping out at an all-time high on April 30. It was up ~25% off the December 2018 lows, and 17% year to date at the high. In particular, the US economy and corporate earnings were beginning to slow. This became apparent during May as several economic indicators and economists’ models began to show the deceleration. As usual, the bond market was the first to sniff out the problem.
Economic data tells us that we are in the later part of the business cycle. How can Stableford Capital help you use active investing late in the business cycle to grow your assets, without too much risk?
Stableford Capital addresses the “what is risk management” question clearly with a financial philosophy that cannot be emphasized too much.
Is a top down, big picture investment strategy better than choosing specific bottom up investment options? Stableford combines experience and a keen understanding of economic fundamentals to help clients select the best investment options.
Investors have been excited by the new robo-advisor trend, and while it certainly may be right for some, those with higher net worth, more complex investment portfolios, or those who don’t feel comfortable with a do it yourself option should consider an investment firm that will partner with you to help you achieve your financial goals.