We provide investment management services to interested clients on a client specific basis, based upon your unique facts and circumstances. Although we manage your accounts based on your individual needs, we construct client portfolios in accordance with our model asset allocation strategies, which are adjusted for each client’s risk profile. The model asset allocation strategies range from aggressive growth to capital preservation. They also differ according to the type of account such as individual retirement accounts verses non-qualified accounts. Upon selecting your risk tolerance profile, allocations are made to each of the models depending upon what is appropriate for you. All of the model strategies include some combination of individual stocks, mutual funds, exchange traded funds, alternative investments, options, individual bonds, certificates of deposit, and may potentially include other investment products. We develop these models based upon our proprietary research on markets and market conditions as well as perceived value in selecting securities.

We regularly review our portfolios on an ongoing basis (by monitoring our models) to ensure that risk levels stay within the parameters established by your risk tolerance. We rebalance your portfolios as necessary. More or less frequent rebalancing may be required depending on macroeconomic, market or sector factors, as well as changes in your personal or family circumstances. We also track realized and unrealized taxable gains and losses in our client accounts, and coordinate with our clients’ accountants to manage taxable gains and losses.

With respect to our portfolio management services, we use a proprietary combination of the following types of securities analysis and investment strategies:
Asset allocation is an investment strategy that aims to balance risk and reward by apportioning a portfolio’s assets according to an individual’s goals, risk tolerance and investment horizon among various asset classes. The asset classes typically include equities, fixed-income, alternative investments, and cash and equivalents. Each class has different levels of risk and return, so each will behave differently over time. Any asset allocation advice provided by SGH Wealth Management is based on a number of factors, including the client’s investment objectives, risk tolerances, asset class preferences, time horizons, liquidity needs, expected returns and an assessment of current economic and market views expressed by economists, analysts, banks and securities firms. These factors are based on the specific client objectives stated by the client during consultations. The client may change these objectives at any time.
Fundamental analysis is a technique that attempts to determine a security’s value by focusing on underlying factors that affect a company’s actual business and its future prospects. The analysis is performed on historical and present data. On a broader scope, one can perform fundamental analysis on industries, sectors or the economy as a whole. The term refers to the analysis of the economic well-being of a financial entity as opposed to only its price movements. The risk associated with fundamental analysis is that despite that appearance that a security is undervalued, it may not rise in value as predicted.
Technical Analysis is a method of evaluating securities by analyzing statistics generated by market activity, such as past prices and volume. Technical analysts do not attempt to measure a security’s intrinsic value, but instead use charts and other tools to identify patterns that can suggest future activity. The risk associated with technical analysis is that there is no broad consensus among technical traders on the best method of identifying future price movements.