Anatomy of an Investment Fund Selection

Recently, in “Anatomy of Portfolio Trading,” we provided insight into the Schultz Collins trading process. In brief, we outlined the care, skill and caution required to assure an efficient buy/sell transaction. Above all, we emphasized that a hasty process is often imprudent; and we explained why rushed trades can produce poor outcomes.

As its title suggests, the present essay focuses on the question: how does Schultz Collins view the process of investment fund selection? How, in other words, do we decide which funds are appropriate for use in our client portfolios? It’s not a simple matter. After all, there are thousands of investment products from which to choose, and many ways to evaluate them; how do we figure out which of them to use?

More of our insights on this topic in the attached article.

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