Investing Strategies For The High Net Worth Investor Maximize Returns On Taxable Portfolios

Author: Niall Gannon
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 007171328X
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A proven model for achieving high returns on taxable investments Investing Strategies for the High Net-Worth Investor showcases an investing approach that helps readers understand the unique challenges and opportunities that wealthy families face when building a diversified portfolio for multiple generations. Renowned private wealth manager Niall J. Gannon offers a framework for investing in tax friendly asset classes. Readers will gain critical insight for building a solid portfolio.

Integrated Wealth Management

Author: Jean L. P. Brunel
Publisher: Euromoney Books
ISBN: 9781843742661
Size: 45.97 MB
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This book is an examination of the management of portfolios of high net worth individuals (HNWIs). Jean L.P. Brunel identifies the factors which demand a different approach from that of traditional portfolio management strategy. He suggests a new approach to wealth management, proposing practical steps which will take you beyond the role of portfolio manager to that of "wealth manager". Punctuated by examples and case histories from the author's extensive experience, the book examines each aspect of wealth management in detail, such as the importance of investor psychology; how to maximize tax efficiency including a tax-efficient portfolio construction model; the implications of multiple asset locations; capital market opportunities and forecasting; strategic asset allocation; the importance of manager selection; and the multimanager approach. This ground-breaking book should show you the route to a more effective wealth management strategy. By understanding the needs of the individual investor, maximizing the tax efficiencies and applying a fully integrated approach you can become a successful "wealth manager"

The Intelligent Portfolio

Author: Christopher L. Jones
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470228040
Size: 50.17 MB
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Draws on the insights and experience of Financial Engines, an independent investment advisor, as well as on state-of-the-art simulations and optimization methods to explain how to apply modern financial economics to the personal investment decision-making process and to demonstrate the key factors affecting investment success.

Active Investing Wealth Management For High Net Worth Individuals

Author: Dr. Gary J. Harloff, PhD
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1450003788
Size: 51.39 MB
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This educational book provides much of the information needed for an individual to play a more effective management role in his or her own active investing wealth management process. The book is a primer of the investing portion of the wealth management process. The overall wealth management process is comprehensive and not a product that can be bought or sold. Wealth management concepts and examples of high net worth individuals, family offices, endowments, and pension plans are presented and discussed. The wealth manager and active investment manager should be separate people with the latter owning the investment results. Active investing strategies are shown to add value over common investing wealth management practice. Foundational academic investment literature are reviewed and analyzed to provide an understanding of the premises employed by the investing community. Read this book to learn: • how to evaluate your manager’s investment expertise by being better informed • whether to keep your financial manager because of their investment skill or attention to your family • how to evaluate proposals from several financial managers

Bonds

Author: Hildy Richelson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118106547
Size: 27.77 MB
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Updated edition of the established classic on investing in bonds In Bonds: The Unbeaten Path to Secure Investment Growth, Second Edition, the fully revised and updated edition of the classic guide to demystifying the bonds market, veteran investor husband and wife team Hildy and Stan Richelson expose the myth of stocks' superior investment returns and propose an all-bond portfolio as a sure-footed strategy that will ensure positive returns. Designed to educate novice and sophisticated investors alike, as well as to serve as a tool for financial advisers, the book explains why and when bonds can be the right choice. Case studies, detailed bond strategies, and a financial planning overview bring home the value of bonds in achieving financial goals. Presenting a broad spectrum of bond-investment options, and describing how to purchase bonds at the best prices, the book shows how to make real money by investing in bonds. The strategies presented here are designed to help the reader determine how to use bonds to take control of their own financial destiny. New edition includes information on corporate bonds, emerging market bonds, municipal bonds, the new global ratings, and how to protect against municipal defaults Looks at how bond portfolios protected against market volatility in the 2007-2008 crash and how they can do the same in the future Includes information on how the bond market has changed The wealthiest investors and financial advisers use the bond strategies outlined in this book to maximize the return on their portfolios while providing security of principal With more bond options available than ever before, Bonds continues to be a must-have for anyone looking to understand the investment opportunities available to them.

Index Funds

Author: Mark T. Hebner
Publisher: IFA Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 0976802309
Size: 68.56 MB
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The financial services industry has a dark secret, one that costs global investors about $2.5 trillion per year. This secret quietly drains the investment portfolios and retirement accounts of almost every investor. In 1900, French mathematician, Louis Bachelier, unsuspectingly revealed this disturbing fact to the world. Since then, hundreds of academic studies have supported Bachelier's findings. This book offers overwhelming proof of this, and shows investors how to obtain their optimal rate of return by matching their risk capacity to an appropriate risk exposure. A globally diversified portfolio of index funds is the optimal way to accomplish this. Index Funds is the treatment of choice for wayward investors. Below market returns in investment portfolios and pension accounts are the result of investors gambling with their hard earned money. This 12-Step Program will put active investors on the road to recovery. Each step is designed to bring investors closer to embracing a prudent and sound strategy of buying, holding, and rebalancing an index portfolio.

The Capital Markets

Author: Gary Strumeyer
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119220548
Size: 79.80 MB
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"This book will be the definitive guide to capital markets by the President, Managing Director, and Head of Bond and Money Market Group of BNY Mellon Capital Markets, LLC"--

The International Handbook Of Convertible Securities

Author: Thomas C. Noddings
Publisher: Global Professional Publishi
ISBN: 9781888998900
Size: 12.65 MB
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· Aimed at all investors seeking exceptional risk-adjusted returns in the financial markets · Essential for all students and researchers attempting to understand this phenomena The global market for convertible bonds, preferred stock and equity warrants has grown in excess of $400 billion. Long overlooked by mainstream money managers, convertible securities are catching fire within the alternative investment community. Taking advantage of their systematic undervaluation relative to conventional stocks and bonds, investors are now using convertibles within a broad spectrum of investment strategies, ranging from high-performance cash alternatives to low-risk, high performance alternatives to small company stocks.

Managing Concentrated Stock Wealth

Author: Tim Kochis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119131588
Size: 36.99 MB
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The Methodical Compendium of Concentrated Portfolio Options Managing Concentrated Stock Wealth, Second Edition is the adviser's guide to skillfully managing the risk and opportunity presented by concentrated stock holdings. Written by Tim Kochis, a recognized leader in financial planning, this book walks you through twenty strategies for managing concentrated stock wealth. Each strategy equips you with the tools and information you need to preserve and grow your clients' wealth. Supported with examples from the author's forty years of experience, this practical resource shows you the available options, the best order for clients to review those options, and the reasons why some options are better than others. Kochis addresses common obstacles—such as securities law, taxes, and psychological resistance—and shows you the strategies and execution to prevail. This new second edition includes: Updated references, calculations, and illustrations regarding the latest tax laws Revised coverage of derivatives strategies and more examples of potential blind spots Tactics to convince some clients to diversify their portfolios and optimize their wealth Techniques to exploit concentration in pursuance of greater wealth They say that you should never put all of your eggs in one basket, but compensation packages, inheritances, IPOs, buyouts, and other situations leave many investors holding a significant portion of their wealth in one stock—often leaving their portfolios in a dangerous position. Managing Concentrated Stock Wealth, Second Edition shows you how to manage the risks and turn a precarious position into an advantage.