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Beat the Pros with Three Pillars to Wealth

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Three Pillars to Wealth Q1 2019 Performance: +27.2%

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Three Pillars

To Wealth

“Never get badly hurt.” It’s the key to building wealth because it allows your money to compound from a higher level.


 At Three Pillars to Wealth, we are able to achieve that goal by focusing on the one thing that most people don’t...


Selling.


Studies have shown that most investors are actually pretty good at buying. But if that’s true, then why do most investors do so poorly compared to market benchmarks? The reason is actually pretty simple... They’re terrible at selling.


Because we use a disciplined approach to exit before a minor downturn devolves into a downward spiral, we are able to increase both risk-adjusted and raw returns, as well as reduce drawdowns over multi-year and multi-decade time frames.

Don't Fight the Fed.

Federal Reserve interest rate policy significantly effects the economy. The channel through which this occurs is the banking system. Research shows the difference between short-term and long-term interest rates influences lending decisions and borrowing decisions. Those decisions impact economic activity, which in turn impacts the Investment Return of the stock market.


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Has The Fed Lost Control?

Every now and then, the economy suffers a slowdown so severe, Federal Reserve policy has no influence. It occurs when demand for loans is so anemic that low rates have no impact. Consumers are cutting back, causing businesses to focus more on cutting costs than expanding. By knowing when the Fed is helpless, you can avoid situations that are likely to become dire.


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Avoid the Herd.

Herd mentality leads to bubbles and panics. When asset price bubbles occur during periods of market mania, valuations are inflated well above normal. But how do you measure value when traditional measures vary due to changes in tax policy and other factors? Our sentiment model provides insight into what the usually-wrong crowd is thinking so you can avoid the herd.


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Akepanidtaworn, Klakow, Rick Di Mascio, Alex Imas, and Lawrence Schmidt.
"Selling Fast and Buying Slow: Heuristics and Trading Performance of Institutional Investors." (2018).



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