We seek to buy growing, profitable, and well-capitalized businesses at reasonable prices. The habit of relating quality to value is central to the WCA equity investing process.
A comprehensive suite of asset allocation portfolios focused on matching investment objectives with risk tolerance. Both passive and active strategies are offered.
This portfolio seeks to generate a stream of income from a portfolio of 30 investment-grade corporate bonds. The portfolio is constructed as a “ladder” with maturities spanning 10 years.
It is not too soon to start imagining a post-virus world. At some point, this will pass into the history books. For now, personal survivability is paramount until whenever that day comes. Surviving means doing everything possible to stay physically healthy. The investing analog holds as well — the key for investors now is corporate survivability. We believe now is the time to play it safe, focus on quality, and avoid buying low-quality, cheap stocks. Bad News Ahead The next phase will be full of bad news about the economy. Last week’s 3.25 million weekly unemployment insurance claims report is…
The 2020 coronavirus outbreak is taking a toll and investing in times of uncertainty can be challenging. Large moves in stock and bond prices have again become the rule rather than the exception. We would like to share a series of exhibits and perspective pieces that you might find helpful in navigating today’s turbulent markets.
Worries over rising rates and trade faded in 2019, prompting sizable gains in both bonds and stocks. Global growth seems to be firming and the United States is exhibiting stronger growth than most other developed nations as we start 2020. Low interest rates, rising wages, and record wealth is driving growth, but above average valuations reduce return expectations. This report covers Washington Crossing Advisors’ long-run views as we head into 2020. These top-down views are central to our tactical asset allocation decisions and recommendations.