GAA can provide heavy diversification in a single low-cost investment vehicle. What’s not to like?
The Bottom Line
Implementing a plan to navigate a market crossroads, while avoiding too much risk, can be a prudent portfolio management technique for most investors. Having too much cash for long periods of time can breed indecision and lead to a state of paralysis.
With these ETFs you can still enjoy some participation in market dynamics with less overall exposure to draw down than a traditional equity or bond fund. They can ultimately be a stepping stone to a more conventional trend or strategy when conditions prove to be more favorable.
This article is brought to you courtesy of David Fabian from FMD Capital Management.