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Using scientific asset allocation models is the first factor, which is used to identify the correct amounts to invest and the correct market categories to invest in.
Buying low-cost exchange traded funds (ETFs) is the next factor. The company diligently researches each ETF before it’s allowed into the portfolio. This chapter discusses the process used to find the best ETFs.
The chapter on using advanced tax-efficient strategies suggests ways of investing that minimize taxes while maximizing wealth potential.
Opportunistic rebalancing is a more recent strategy being used by investors, which rebalances the portfolio less frequently, but focuses on the best opportunities for rebalancing more frequently.
The last section of Remonsy Five Factor Investing states that market timing doesn’t work. The company sites numerous quotes from successful investors who have said that they’ve never seen any statistics saying that market timing has ever worked. Due to this, Remonsy ETF Network supplies information for investors who want to build a portfolio based on individual risk tolerance that’s aligned with the portfolio’s risk. The goal here is to stick to the original investment plan.
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Tom Vaughan, the founder and CEO of Remonsy ETF Network, has nearly three decades of investing experience. Vaughan founded and directed a money management and retirement planning company with over $300 million in assets under management. He has developed more than 6,000 financial plans throughout the years, which has led to the mass of knowledge shared through daily articles, free reports, and subscription products. Vaughan began using ETFs in client portfolios in 1998.