Strategic Asset Allocation

Many investors have come to depend on historical returns to create a diversified portfolio that matches their risk tolerance. However, BTS believes that markets are inefficient. Investors may find opportunity by taking a more dynamic approach.

The BTS Strategic Asset Allocation ("SAA") Portfolios offer a dynamic alternative to traditional buy-and-hold portfolio management.

BTS seeks to:

  • Reallocate not just rebalance
  • Diversify dynamically
  • Identify sector opportunity

Each quarter, BTS reallocates and rebalances due to changing political, economic, and market conditions to position investor portfolios for the next 90 days.

This approach keeps a portfolio in balance with investor risk and return objectives.

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