ETF PM DELIVERED STRONG GROWTH WITH PROTECTION
ETF PM protected clients repeatedly in stock market crashes
LOS ANGELES AND NEW YORK; July 3, 2022 – ETF Portfolio Management (ETF PM), a specialized absolute return manager founded in 2007, has delivered exceptional portfolio growth with consistent protection in market crashes. In addition to strong five and six-year performance records for the firm’s absolute return strategies, ETF PM delivered gains for clients in the financial crisis of 2008, and in the coronavirus crash during the first quarter of 2020.
“Once again, in the first half of this year, the firm’s absolute return strategies protected investors in a difficult bear market,” said David Kreinces, ETF PM’s founder and chief investment officer.
Absolute Return Strategies
ETF PM’s absolute return strategies seek to deliver positive returns in all market environments. The firm’s investment focus is to provide strong growth with protection. All of ETF PM’s strategies are offered in separately managed accounts held in custody at Interactive Brokers and invest in securities with daily liquidity and full transparency. The benchmarks for the firm’s active strategies are the S&P 500 and the income and growth investable benchmark portfolios.
“As David Swensen and Warren Buffett have noted, beating the market return is very difficult. We believe many investors should monitor a low-cost, well-diversified, balanced portfolio of multi-asset class funds,” remarked Kreinces. ETF PM provides this capability in an efficient solution that is extremely cost-effective.
We’re proud to be among the first in the wealth management industry to make strategic core risk parity portfolios available with an ultra-low-cost “robo-advisor fee” of 0.25% per annum. “The financial markets evolve quickly – investors must innovate and adapt in order to protect their assets!” said Kreinces.
About ETF Portfolio Management
ETF Portfolio Management (ETF PM), with offices in New York and California, is a specialized absolute return manager. The portfolio manager’s quantitative rules-based strategy was first implemented in 2005 at a previous firm. While future performance can never be guaranteed, ETF PM has delivered strong growth with protection in down markets. The firm’s recommended account minimum is $500,000.