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At Guangdong International Capital we believe that a well-constructed portfolio strikes the perfect balance of risk and reward. Our commitment to the financial wellbeing of our client base dictates that all portfolios under management are targeted to seek sustainable capital growth and to generate frequent income streams. We maintain portfolio stability by staying true to a core-philosophy of diversification, risk adjustment and transparency as part of all investment activity.
Guided by our internal principles and by the unique circumstances and aspirations of individual clients, Guangdong International Capital explore and evaluate the comprehensive context of applicable asset classes and asset locations to determine the most efficient approach to portfolio design.
True diversification has become harder to achieve as the world continues to heal in the aftermath of 2008's economic crisis. Traditional construction of stock and bonds that provided diversification benefits no longer applies in today's volatile market place. History has shown that in days gone by that stock and bond prices typically trended independently of each other, simplifying investment decision making somewhat.
However since 2008 evidence suggests that stocks and bonds display a much tighter correlation in reference to economic market movements as both assets classes appear to mutually lock to global fluctuations as a whole. This paradigm shift, at the expense of time and resources, has forced investment minds to explore fresh ideas that display properties to facilitate portfolio diversification.
It would be discourteous to suggest that the principles of modern portfolio theory have become redundant in light of modern challenges. Instead Guangdong International Capital incorporates traditional concurrence with contemporary application in its approach to sustainable portfolio performance.
Risk Adjustment - The fundamental property to successful portfolio management balances the value of wealth under market conditions with the potential for appreciating gains. Using risk adjustment as an indicator for asset allocation helps to manage volatility and severe shifts in the market.
Stretch Diversification – Identify a broad range of non-correlating asset across industry sector and geographical location. Alternative Investments – To lower asset correlation Alternative Investments incorporate the potential for short to mid-term growth whilst eliminating relationships to other assets classes within a portfolio.
Traditional Investments - Develop an optimal mix of traditional stocks and bond instruments for growth and income.
Consistency – Remain focused on the performance and intentions of each and every portfolio under management.