A Innovative Investment Strategy
Making sure that your investment portfolio grows steadily over the long term is essential for you to fulfill your financial goals. At Madden Funds Management (Madden), our years of experience bring a disciplined and winning strategy to your investment portfolio.
Madden provides individually managed portfolios tailored to meet your specific needs. Our objective is to deliver higher returns by fully participating in the upswings of the market while maintaining risk levels consistent with your risk tolerance and financial goals.
Our unconventional philosophy is based on Nobel prize-winning research. We reject many of the popular notions such as; timing the market, following the ‘hot’ asset class, and chasing individual stocks. Our strategy has proven to be consistent, steady, and repeatable. Best of all, our strategy requires no ability to forecast the future. We have evolved to this philosophy over many years of experience. The combination of time, patience, and a strict discipline is the cornerstone of our success.
At the core of our investment strategy, Madden primarily uses institutional index and asset-class mutual funds for their superior tracking of the target asset class as compared to actively managed funds. The funds include U.S. and international equity (stock) funds that include different combinations of the major asset classes; large and small companies and, growth and value companies. Proper diversification across these asset classes helps limit a portfolio’s risk exposure.
Our disciplined process for rebalancing portfolios after the inevitable ups and downs of the financial markets keeps risk at the appropriate level for you while enhancing your returns through the process of selling high and buying low.
Madden’s investment strategy is designed to minimize risk and eliminate emotion from the decision-making process. Through this process, we can deliver investment success to our clients.
“Our strategy has proven to be consistent, steady, and reputable. Best of all, our strategy requires no ability to forecast the future.”