Our tactical models are generally divided between those that are driven by momentum and those that are driven by fundamentals. Some of these are just models meaning that we use them to guide our portfolios while using our discretion to deviate when we think it is prudent. Others models are implemented exactly as the model dictates. Generally these will be the momentum models while the more discretionary approach is used with the fundamental approaches.
Momentum Asset Allocation – Two ETF asset allocation models that use momentum to determine allocation. The Aggressive version holds two ETFs. The Standard version holds four ETFs. Both use a moving average for risk control.
SPDR Sector Rotation – Sector rotation based on momentum using the SPDR Sector ETFs. Standard and risk control versions available.
SPDR Industry Rotation – Rotates among the SPDR Industry ETFs based on momentum. Standard and risk control versions available.
SPDR International Sector Rotation – Rotates among the SPDR International Sector ETFs based on momentum.
iShares Sector Rotation – Sector rotation model using iShares Sector ETFs. Standard and risk control versions available.
iShares Global Sector Rotation – Global sector rotation model using iShares Global Sector ETFs.
iShares Global Industry Rotation – Global industry rotation model using iShares Global Industry ETFs.
Value/Quality/Earnings Momentum – A quantitative global stock model portfolio that ranks stocks on value, quality and earnings criteria. The portfolio also has a hedge feature to minimize drawdowns.
Earnings Momentum Growth – A growth investment stock model that utilizes stock selection criteria involving the relationship between four distinct factors.
Dividend Growth – This dividend income investment strategy emphasizes dividend yield, positive earnings growth, debt-to-equity, payout ratio, and other valuation metrics.
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We cannot guarantee profits of any kind, nor can we protect you from losses. You assume the entire cost and risk of any trading you choose to undertake. You are completely responsible for making any investment decisions. The owners of this site are owners of Alhambra Investment Partners. AIP is an investment advisory firm registered with the SEC. In their capacity as investment advisors they will often own the same securities mentioned on this website.
Use of this Web site in no way constitutes a client/advisor relationship, all information we communicate to you either through our Web site or other forms of communications, are purely for informational purposes only. We recommend seeking individual investment advice before making any investment, for you are assuming sole liability for your investments. Alhambra Partners will in no way have discretionary authority over your trading or investment accounts. If you desire a formal investment advisory relationship, please contact Bob Williams @828-230-6690, bob.williams@alhambrapartners.
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There is no guarantee past performance will be indicative of future results. No assurances can be given that the trades posted by Alhambra Partners will be profitable or will not be subject to losses. Remember, always take the time to do your own research involving your personal investments.
The results listed at this Web site are based on model portfolios. These trades may or may not have been actually executed. Model portfolio performance results have certain inherent limitations.
Unlike an actual performance record, simulated trades do not represent actual trading. Also, since the trades may not have been actually executed, the results may have over or under compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors such as lack of liquidity, money flow, etc. Your results may have been better or worse than the results portrayed. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown.
No independent party has audited the hypothetical model portfolio performance at this Web site, nor has any independent party undertaken to confirm that it adheres to the assumptions or conditions specified hereafter.
While the results presented at this Web site are based on certain assumptions that are believed to reflect actual trading conditions, these assumptions may not include all variables that can affect, or have affected in the past, the execution of trades indicated by Alhambra Partners.
The hypothetical portfolio results on this Web site are based on the following assumptions:
1. The hypothetical portfolio record does not include deductions for brokerage commissions, exchange fees, or slippage.
2. The simulation assumes that prices are not influenced by the trades of Alhambra Partners, its owners, or its representatives, regardless of the size of the positions taken.
3. The simulation assumes purchase and sale prices believed to be attainable. In actual trading, the prices attained may or may not be the same as the assumed order prices.
4. The hypothetical portfolio results do not take into account any tax implications arising from the sale or purchase of securities, which in actual trading do have an impact on gains and losses.
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Alright, enough of the legal mumbo jumbo. The bottom line is this. We are posting this information here in good faith. We aren’t involved in penny stocks or any other stock promotion activities. We aren’t compensated by anyone for the information we post here. If you are following our model portfolios, you are doing so at your own risk. It’s your money and your responsibility.