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Philosophy Make it Simple

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  • Our Philosophy is : Make it Simple

    Making it simple is never bad thing , top tier bank in the world start to simplify their account opening , top stocks in the world start to offer good rebates to trade their stocks such as Facebook stocks or Apple stocks now its allowed for under 18years old to trade them .

    Why not we all simplify?

    Creating the life you want for yourself and your family takes more than just hard work and sacrifice… it also takes knowledge and resources.

    At Incredit fx Advisory Group, our expert Investment Team works to make sure you have the money to you need to achieve your goals, and they use our proprietary Incredit fx Investment Method to help them do it. With the market in turmoil and no end in sight, that could make all the difference between achieving the goals you sacrificed so much for and seeing your future dreams disappear down the economic hole.

    Our solution: Balancing investment art and science

    In our view, neither the traditional Buy And Hold approach nor the risky strategies of hedge funds and alternative investments are ideal. What is needed is a strategy that utilizes the best ideas of both. We believe we’ve achieved that. In 2002, Ken Solow and the investment team combined the portfolio diversification of traditional investing with active portfolio management to create Incredit fx proprietary investment strategy. A few years later, Ken literally wrote the book on active portfolio management.

    While status quo advisors agree that portfolios should be diversified — it’s the investment equivalent of not putting all your eggs in one basket — they reject the idea that portfolios should also be actively managed. Because of their near-religious belief that markets will eventually deliver the returns that they have in the past, they tell their clients to “be patient” and wait out any market turmoil (even when it lasts over ten years).

     

    Please contact us if you have any questions

     

    We disagree. Instead of sitting on our hands and hoping the market will eventually deliver the returns our clients need, we respond to changing economic and market conditions by modifying our portfolios asset allocations accordingly — first, to minimize any risk to their assets, and second, to take advantage of opportunities to increase their returns. And unlike other firms, our Investment Team isn’t limited to specific asset classes — they’re free to invest in whatever offers the best value, so long as they stick to the risk levels set by our individual clients. This comes out of our fundamental belief that asset classes will earn the best returns if we buy them at prices that represent good value.

    How we safeguard against big investment mistakes

    Of course, all investors make mistakes at times, ourselves included. That’s why over the past ten years, we’ve instituted a series of safeguards that help prevent investment errors, and minimize their harm when they do occur:

    • We make investment decisions as a team. Our strategy doesn’t depend on a single “superstar manager” who might go on a cold streak and make a series of investment blunders.
    • We use a “weight of the evidence” approach to decision-making that requires a significant majority of factors in reaching investment conclusions. This helps defend against the possibility that dogmatically following any one factor will lead to an incorrect conclusion about the markets.
    • We find investment value using three different methods, which defends against the possibility that any one method might give a false signal.
    • We make only small, incremental changes to portfolio asset allocations, believing that sudden, major shifts put our clients’ money at risk.

    At Incredit fx , we believe we’ve developed the ideal investment strategy to both protect your money when the market is in turmoil, and to grow it when the opportunities arise.

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