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Measured Risk Portfolios
Consumer Linked Income Portfolio (CLIP)

The strategy of the Consumer Linked Income Portfolio is to primarly invest in consumer staples stocks with a history of rising dividends. Consumer staples stocks are generally less sensitive to economic cycles as compared to the broader market (represented by the S&P 500). It is designed to allow an investor to take dividends for living expenses with the expectation that next year’s income may be greater. A portfolio generally consists of 18-22 stocks, which are selected based on high/low confidence indicators, share price and analysts’ consensus. The portfolio is not hedged, though they may utilize put and call option strategies. Read more >>

Measured Risk Portfolio (MRP)

The Measured Risk Portfolio is mostly invested (around 90%) in low volatility, fixed income mutual funds and ETFs. The remaining 10% is invested in long call options on the S&P 500 Index, and potentially a hedge against the VIX may be used. The long call options have unlimited upside potential with limited downside risk (they can expire worthless). The portfolio is modeled around an equity indexed annuity, though without the guarantees of principal. This structure allows for unlimited upside potential if the market moves upward but provides a downside limit on equity losses if the market turns significantly negative. Read more >>

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