Our Allocation Levels Can Make Your Decisions Easier
Sometimes it is hard to decide how much to invest... but now you can use our risk-adjusted allocation levels.
It's a simple way to get an idea about how much to invest in a given asset.
HOW IT works
There Are 9 Allocation Levels
The allocation level is always relative to the target allocation.
A higher market risk leads to a lower allocation level (1 to 3). These are the "underweight" levels.
A moderate market risk leads to a middle allocation level (4 to 6). These are the "around target" levels.
A lower market risk leads to a higher allocation level (7 to 9). These are the "overweight" levels.
Note that we are not a financial advisor, and the allocation levels are presented "as is" and on an educational and informational basis only. Any person, institution or other entity is advised to first consult their own financial advisor before using, in any way whatsoever, the information presented here. Please read the full disclaimer.
We evaluate the asset's current risk factors and its risk relative to government bonds.
Based on the evaluation, we calculate the optimal allocation level for the asset.
Our process is long-term oriented. Thus, the allocation level does not change very often.
US Dynamic ST (Bonds & Stocks)
This model uses the level changes information to dynamically adjust its portfolio allocation (how much stocks and/or bonds to hold).
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