Our proprietary models quantitatively interpret the ever-changing market conditions and adjust the portfolio by over weighting areas with the greatest probability of success and under weighting areas of weakness.
The models search for confirmation among many diverse indicators. When they are all providing a similar message, the probability of success is much higher. The models’ weight-of-the evidence approach provides a historically-based perspective on current risks and rewards.
The models provide the flexibility to seize opportunities in the marketplace in a rational, model-based, unemotional manner.
Day Hagan Asset Management utilizes a quantitative, model-based framework to define asset allocation.
Successful investing is a disciplined process of understanding the markets, determining the mix of assets that will work best at a given time and allocating assets accordingly.
Our quantitative models incorporate time-tested indicators that mathematically evaluate economic fundamentals, price-trends and valuation to determine the most attractive asset classes.
Lastly, the strategy is implemented by utilizing Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). ETFs provide intra-day liquidity, cost-efficiency, and diversification.
The Day Hagan Global ETF Tactical Allocation Strategy (pdf) presentation, describing our process.
Donald Hagan and his firm are dedicated to providing advanced asset management strategies for their clients.
Prior to founding the firm, Don was Senior Vice-President and Senior Portfolio Manager for Wells Fargo Bank’s Private Client Services. During his tenure with Wells Fargo, Don concurrently served on Wells Fargo’s National Asset Allocation Committee and National Investment Policy Committees. Don’s role included directing wealth planning initiatives, asset allocation and investment strategy for Wells Fargo’s national PCS division.
Arthur S. Day, Partner for Day Hagan Asset Management; a SEC registered investment advisory firm. Mr. Day is a twenty-eight year investment industry veteran, working with major Wall Street investment firms as a retail and institutional advisor.
His investment career began in 1984 as an account executive with Dean Witter Reynolds. In 1987, he was recruited by E.F. Hutton, which through numerous mergers and corporate realignments became Shearson Lehman Brothers.
Linda Brown is the Director of Operations & CCO for Day Hagan Asset Management and is one of the founding partners.
Linda began her career in the financial services industry in 1982, when she joined Merrill Lynch in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. She held several positions there, including sales assistant, cashier, operations manager, and registered representative. In 1985 she earned her securities license.