Volatility Managed Porfolios program (VMP)
Why did we create the Volatility Managed Portfolio program?
To be a successful investor one must have the ability to manage negative market events and turn them into opportunities. The Volatility Managed Portfolios program was created to help protect and grow investor’s capital through volatile markets.
• The S&P 500 closed 4/14/1998 at 1115.70 and closed at 1115.10 on 12/31/2010.
• For almost 12 years, the S&P 500 has been volatile and made no money.
• The vast majority of investors have done worse than the S&P 500.
• Traditional risk management methods have not worked in volatile and declining markets.
• When risk management fails, investors have little or no chance of success.
It has been said; the definition of insanity is doing the same things and hoping for a different result.
Today, access to smart programmers and a high level of computing power have made it possible to develop risk management tools and systems. The centerpiece of the VMP program is Canterbury’s Portfolio Thermostat. The Portfolio Thermostat is a risk management process that can potentially benefit from market volatility and declining markets.
If have an interest in learning more about the Volatility Managed Portfolio program, you may benefit from our no-cost or obligation VMP Exploratory Discussion.