Possibilities

Possibilities

Is a Shift in the Growth/Value Seesaw on the Horizon?

According to Innovative Portfolios CIO Dave Gilreath, the long period in which growth stocks dominated the stock market may be moving towards an end, with value stocks poised to resume leadership. Vanguard refers to the "East-vs.-West, Seabiscuit-vs.-Admiral" rivalry between growth and value stocks; Seeking Alpha calls it a tug of war. A Seeking Alpha study...

The Big Bad Tax Hike—Calming Client Fears

The Biden administration has made no secret of its intention to effect tax hikes, identifying the two prime targets as corporations and individuals making more than $400,000 annually. While it remains unclear just how much of this tax-raising agenda can progress from proposal to law, your clients are being told daily by the talking...

The Multifaceted Role of REITs in Post-Pandemic Portfolios

“REITs and the 516,000 properties they own and operate will play a key role in bringing America back together,” Matthew Bechard, Editor-in-Chief of REIT Magazine predicts. JR Humphreys, portfolio manager of the Innovative Portfolios Real Estate Income & Growth Strategy, is in agreement. To be sure, Humphreys admits, certain areas of real estate were negatively,...

“20 for 20” Innovation Will Spur a Roarin’ 20s Act II

2020 was not a very good-news year, for either clients or advisors, Innovative Portfolios Chief Investment Officer Dave Gilreath concedes. On the other hand, he reminds us, the stock market is a forward-looking animal, and clues indicate rosier times ahead. In fact, there is a very real potential for the Dow Jones Industrial Average...

Debunking Popular Myths About Post-Election Market Direction

Politics has become such a hot-potato topic that most financial advisers trying to avoid it when talking with clients, Jeff Benjamin observes wryly in Investment News. Whether Democrat or Republican, educating clients and debunking myths that keep clients from making reasoned investment decisions is nevertheless part of an advisor’s job. “People are polarized, but...