There are a ton of ways to invest your money on the public market and get exposure to domestic companies, international organizations, or any number of different asset classes like the ones determined by Morningstar.
You can buy stocks, bonds, real estate—and that’s just the beginning.
If you’re willing to spend some time doing research, you can go further down the investing pyramid—deciding whether to buy and hold individual stocks or let index funds do the investing for you. You can purchase a couple active mutual funds, or actively trade a portfolio on your own.
Here at Potomac, we’re a tactical money manager that specializes in risk reduction. Our chosen investment vehicles are mutual funds and ETFs. Like with many terms in finance, though, the definition of a tactical manager can vary among those who practice this type of management.