Adaptive Asset Allocation: Dynamic Global Portfolios to Profit in Good Times – and Bad de Adam Butler , Michael Philbrick și Rodrigo Gordillo oferă o vedere panoramică a situției economice globale alături de soluții de efect care te vor ajuta să construiești un portofoliu competitiv.
“The ReSolve crew at their best…Those enlightened advisors who understand the power of active asset allocation and risk management should read this book.”
—Mebane Faber, Author of The Ivy Portfolio and Global Asset Allocation
Years ago, in the span of a couple weeks, we sat down with two prospective clients. Both of them were nearing retirement and wanted to make sure that they were prepared. Both were senior executives at their respective firms, had high incomes, solid benefits, and substantial investment portfolios. And most importantly, both had large holdings of their company’s stock. Both worked for Fortune 500 organizations: the first for a pharmaceutical company, the second for an energy firm. Both of them had financial backgrounds, including master’s degrees in business. In other words, they were “numbers” guys. Being a senior executive in finance is an interesting role, inasmuch as it tends to instill a sense of confidence. It was this confidence, borne of familiarity with their respective companies, that made them resistant to the idea of diversifying their substantially concentrated positions of firm stock. It certainly didn’t help matters that the success of these firms was one of the primary reasons that they were both so well off. Comfortable in the idea that their levels of wealth would afford them the luxuries of a leisurely retirement, neither of them was willing to sell any of their company stock. But, there was a problem: the pharmaceutical company was Abbott Labs and the energy firm was Enron.
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