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In our more than 20 years developing risk-managed, downside-first investment strategies, Frontier Asset Management has also developed our own way of viewing and evaluating the world around us. We share our knowledge and perspectives to help you make informed, well-rounded decisions for your clients and for your business.
August was a rough month for capital markets, with the threat of an automotive strike looming and increasing tensions with China keeping investors on edge. But there are always things to worry about, and for now…the U.S. economy is in solid shape.
Many of you may have never heard of the Rainier International Discovery Fund. However, Henrik Strabo, the founder and lead portfolio manager of this fund has been managing portfolios for over 30 years. Henrik is steeped in experience and joins us to discuss how changes around the world can lead to winning investments, and to losers.
Surprises often scare investors. However, when changes occur, this can often mean opportunities for some businesses, and losses for others.
Today, we have our fair share of change to deal with. Think, onshoring, energy transition, AI, political changes, Fed policy, inflation, interest rates, and so on. And sweeping changes appear to be accelerating, or at the very least a constant.
When the outlook looks the most cloudy – full of unpredictable change – is often when the best opportunities can arise. So, tune in to hear more about how to capitalize on change, or more importantly, how to avoid the losers.
If you’re interested in earning income from your bonds, don’t miss this podcast episode featuring Carl Kaufman of Osterweis funds.
In this episode we discuss managing resilient equity portfolios that can endure multiple market environments with Adam Sues of Yacktman Funds. For those of you who don’t know Yacktman, they have been a pillar of quality focused equity management for the past 30 years.
For institutional investors, First Eagle has long been one of the most revered investment firms in the nation. Their mutual funds have been a pillar of strength in Frontier portfolios, providing consistent performance year after year, for decades, even during some of the most difficult of times. If you ask them how they have been able to achieve this track record, their response will likely be “scarcity” and “persistence”. What does that mean? Tune in for unprecedented access to the secrets of First Eagle’s success.
Welcome to 2023! Two big questions for the year; where will inflation likely end up, and what is the Fed’s plan? Let’s find out with Tony Crescenzi of PIMCO, after all PIMCO might know a thing or two about inflation and the Fed.
So here we are, 9 months into a market decline. What now? In this interview we discuss what is likely to happen to the economy and earnings, what is next for capital markets, and where is the opportunity.
Who doesn’t want to know that? I don’t know anyone that can deconstruct it better than Brad Neuman.
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