Global Allocations Strategy

Strategy Attributes


Dynamically Managed Global Multi-Asset Portfolio

Tactical and flexible, adjusting to a changing economic and investment environment

Risk-Balanced Approach

Aims to achieve attractive rates of return with acceptable levels of risk

Risk Management

Incorporates drawdown control and volatility targeting to help manage risk without the use of leverage


Allocation Framework

As of 1/31/2021

    Long/Short % of Allocation
Core Allocation
Hedged Equity   Long 11.69%
Global Equity   Long 6.90%
US Large Cap Stocks   Long 6.44%
Tactical Allocation
Tattooed Chef - Warrants   Long 4.12%
US Recovery Basket   Long 4.08%
Credit Closed-End Funds   Long 2.76%
Hedges Allocation
Managed Futures   Long 16.1%
Cash   Long 13.98%
Timber Point Alt Income   Long 7.06%
Vix ST Futures   Short -2.38%


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Inception Date


10 Year Annualized Return (1/31/2021)


Beta vs S&P 500


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.


Investor Presentation

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



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

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