Hanlon's investment strategy can best be described as a combination of modern portfolio theory (MPT) and intermediate-term trend -following. This may sound odd considering that MPT is usually associated with buy-and-hold strategies, but the Managed Income program is anything but buy-and-hold. Instead, Hanlon takes MPT's non-correlation concept and enhances it with two active management strategies. The first is tactical analysis, which is a quantitative approach to determining the overall direction of the market. The second is strategic analysis, which determines which asset classes offer the best risk-adjusted return potential. When no asset classes look attractive, Managed Income will seek a defensive position - usually cash or cash equivalents. Read more >>
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