The advisors at Day Hagan Asset Management have an average of 27+ years of direct investment management experience. Having a competent investment advisor on your team provides discipline, guidance and an experienced hand to navigate through what can often be a highly-charged emotional landscape.
Day Hagan subscribes to the Committee for the Fiduciary Standard’s five fundamental principles of the authentic fiduciary standard.
- Put the client’s best interest first.
- Act with prudence; that is, with the skill, care, diligence and good judgment of a professional.
- Do not mislead clients; provide conspicuous, full and fair disclosure of all important facts.
- Avoid conflicts of interest.
- Fully disclose and fairly manage, in the client’s favor, unavoidable conflicts.
While we have access to a wide array of financial solutions, our investment management process revolves around the Day Hagan Global Tactical Allocation Strategy and the Day Hagan Logix Tactical Dividend Strategy.
A tactical investment strategy seeks to limit downside risk and create opportunities for growth in any type of market conditions: up markets, down markets and sideways markets. Tactical investing is well suited to times of increased market volatility.
A tactical investment strategy is a disciplined process which periodically adjusts a portfolio’s asset allocation based on perceived market trends, cyclical opportunities, and/or risks in the markets. It seeks to exploit strong market sectors and inefficiencies among different asset classes. It attempts to capture incremental returns through overweighting those classes that are expected to outperform on a relative basis during the market cycle.
Conversely, this strategy also attempts to assess risk on the downside by under weighting those classes expected to under perform during the market cycle.