ETP Managed Portfolios are investment portfolios that has main portion of assets invested in Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) or other ETPs.

It is now fairly easy to construct a prudent portfolio of ETPs at low-costs diversification across asset classes.

The increasing number and accelerated evolution of these Managed Portfolios of ETPs has created a need for better transparency and due diligence on these strategies.

At Cranberger we segment these ETP Portfolios according to 3 main Groups, that you can further drill down into sub-segments. These are:

  1. Complete Asset Allocation Portfolios (Core & Satellite)
  2. Long-Term Strategic Portfolios (Core Portfolios)
  3. Satellite Portfolios (Short-Term Tactical Portfolios)

Like with our other Groups we aim to tailor information specifically to this group, and will post information around new Portfolio launches and highlight especially interesting portfolios for our users.

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Hedge Fund Myopia and the Relentless Rules of Humble Arithmetic

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Vanguard Founder John Bogle’s Timeless Truth of Investing Has Never Been More Relevant.

Escaping market gravity is a very tall order, but doing it once in a while sure does sustain a confiscatory fee structure.

Bloomberg Businessweek recently reported on the continuing performance woes of hedge funds. From their December 9, 2013 issue:

Covered Call (Buy-Write) Gold Rush

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In the past few months, there has been a flurry of interest in covered call strategies, with new product launches from several of the usual suspects ( and some new ones ) and one prominent search commenced for these options-based hedging strategies . As icing on the cake,  S&P Dow Jones Indices just announced their new index, designed to track a dynamic covered call strategy based on the S&P 500.

Hedge Fund Myopia and the Relentless Rules of Humble Arithmetic

tfmckeon's picture

Vanguard Founder John Bogle’s Timeless Truth of Investing Has Never Been More Relevant.

Escaping market gravity is a very tall order, but doing it once in a while sure does sustain a confiscatory fee structure.

Bloomberg Businessweek recently reported on the continuing performance woes of hedge funds. From their December 9, 2013 issue:

Covered Call (Buy-Write) Gold Rush

tfmckeon's picture

In the past few months, there has been a flurry of interest in covered call strategies, with new product launches from several of the usual suspects ( and some new ones ) and one prominent search commenced for these options-based hedging strategies . As icing on the cake,  S&P Dow Jones Indices just announced their new index, designed to track a dynamic covered call strategy based on the S&P 500.

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