Insights & Analysis
Our team of experienced money managers share insightful analyses of investment strategies, approaches, and potential results within Innovative Portfolios white papers and articles of interest.
While there are many ways to build a fixed-income portfolio, one asset class that is often overlooked is Preferred Equities. Portfolio Manager & Research Analyst Tom Kaiser, CFA, CPA explains why not to pass them by in his latest white paper.
Passive investing has been a favored investment strategy for decades, but is it always the best option? Innovative Portfolios Senior Portfolio Manager Edward “JR” Humphreys II, CFA, CAIA analyzes how certain investment categories may benefit from active management instead of passive, using the world of preferred stocks as an example.
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