Global Allocations Strategy

Strategy Overview

The Timber Point Global Allocations Strategy seeks superior risk-adjusted returns by allocating capital across a wide variety of asset classes.

GTA 1

Directional, global macro strategy incorporating equities, debt, commodities, currencies and market hedging tools

GTA 2

Tactical yet disciplined, repeatable investment process designed to adjust to an ever-changing market environment

GTA 3

Integrated asset allocation, portfolio implementation and risk management processes

GTA 4

Accessible via SMA and Mutual Fund

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2008

Inception Date

6.53%

10 Year Annualized Return (8/31/2020)

2.0

Beta vs S&P 500

10.0

Standard Deviation

Timber Point Capital Management Global Allocations Strategy Materials

Timber Point's Global Allocations Strategy seeks superior risk-adjusted returns by allocating capital across a wide variety of global asset classes.

The strategy achieves this through:

  • Directional, global macro strategy incorporating global equities, debt, commodities, currencies or market hedging tools
  • Tactical yet disciplined, repeatable investment process designed to adjust to an ever-changing market environment
  • Integrated asset allocation, portfolio implementation and risk management processes
Asset 11

Fact Sheet

Most recent strategy returns, key statistics, exposures and holdings related data.

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Investor Presentation

Overview of our investment universe, philosophy, process and portfolio characteristics.

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Analytics

Analytics

Comprehensive analysis of returns and various performance-related statics since inception.

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Q3 2020 Market Outlook

Since March, the US stock market has enjoyed a 20% bounce from its bottom seemingly on the vague promise that the US economy was going to re-open and life would resume somewhat normally. To a subset of investors, the notion of recovery has seemed preposterous as the economic damage inflicted by COVID-19 has been so large, so unprecedented and to a great extent not fully digested by the overall economy today. A second COVID wave, unemployment, commercial real estate, municipal finances, consumer spending, et al, are at the top of their very long worry list....

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