Updates on how dynamic, risk-managed investment solutions are performing in the current market environment.
A couple of years ago, I was at physical therapy for a back ailment. They had me begin on the treadmill. Trudging along, time seemed to drag. Reaching the end of the exercise interval seemed like a distant goal. As I looked around the room in abject boredom, I noticed a group of therapists chatting away with another client. They were animated. The level of chatter increased. They were so engaged!
Since I began investing in the late 1960s, I have always been in the active investing camp. When I started Flexible Plan Investments, Ltd., in 1981, the only investment services we offered were active management (and that is still true today). I thought an investment manager should be “flexible” rather than locked into a rigid buy-and-hold approach.
Equities rallied in the second quarter after a pandemic-related sell-off in the first quarter. About 84.6% of OnTarget Monitors for the quarter were “in the yellow” or better, with 70.4% “OnTarget” (“in the green”) or better (“in the blue”).