It’s not hard to be overwhelmed by economic news about the real estate market, interest rates, inflation and even cryptocurrency.
But which protection strategies actually work? What should you be doing to ensure you are truly mitigating your risk within your portfolio?
In this episode, David Pulcini sits down with Alex Oxenham, CFA, partner and co-chief investment officer at Hilton Capital Management to talk about the company’s experience and practices when it comes to investing. David and Alex share why Hilton Capital Management uses the economic cycle to determine whether or not they should take more or less risks for clients’ portfolios.
David and Alex discuss:
Different strategies that the Hilton team uses when determining how much risk a client can handle in their portfolio
Where the markets could be heading in the next few years based on current events
A number of investing and stock picking tips
The ideal client for Hilton and the various strategies they incorporate
About our Guest: Alex Oxenham joined Hilton Capital in 2011 from HSBC Private Bank in New York where he was a Senior Portfolio Manager and Voting Member on the HSBC Private Bank Investment Policy Committee for the Americas region.
Prior to HSBC, Oxenham worked in portfolio management for Mercantile Bankshares, Bankers Trust Alex Brown/Brown Advisory, and Bank of America. Oxenham holds a B.S. in International Business from the University of Maryland, an MBA in Finance from American University, and is a CFA charterholder. Oxenham is also a CFA Institute member and a member of the New York Society of Security Analysts.
Yield enhancing covered calling, risk adjusted returns, equity portfolios—most advisors understand these topics, but the average investor may not know what these are and how they could be a strong addition to their portfolio.
In this episode, David Pulcini sits down with Kevin Simpson, founder & chief investment officer of Capital Wealth Planning, to talk about the more complicated side of the stock market. They do so in a way that advisors and investors alike will understand and share new strategies to make the most of your money.
David and Kevin discuss:
Institutional money management and risk adjusted returns
Kevin’s strategies and advice when it comes to the stock market
About our Guest: Kevin Simpson has been the Portfolio Manager of Capital Wealth Planning, LLC since establishing the firm in 2005. Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Kevin has been investing in options since he began his career at W.H. Newbold’s Son & Co. in 1992. After his time at W.H. Newbold’s Son & Co, Kevin spent 7 years with Wheat First Butcher Singer (Subsequently Wells Fargo) where he helped institutions and high-net worth individuals plan and achieve their financial goals through option centered strategies.
Following his time at Wheat First Butcher Singer, Kevin spent several years at Sterling Financial before establishing Capital Wealth Planning. Over the years, Kevin has developed a strategy that aligns CWP as an institutional management firm offering separately managed ETF and Equity portfolios that are complemented with a yield enhancing covered call strategy.
A graduate of The George Washington University majoring in Finance, Kevin applies institutional investment management strategies to diversified equity and option portfolios.
When you are in your 20s and 30s, a lot of figuring out your finances is trying to figure out where you stand—and what you need to do to achieve your goals.
In this episode, David Pulcini and Jesse Cramer share six pieces of advice tailored for people in their 20’s and 30’s to help you understand your finances. They focus on tips to help you get a better understanding of what you need to be doing now to start preparing for a better future.
David and Jesse discuss:
Why setting smart goals is one of the most important steps to achieving your aspirations
How to set up investments that will make you money in the future
The three categories of debt and which one you need to pay off now
Jesse is the founder of The Best Interest Of Financial Literacy Company. He focuses on personal finance and investing education using weekly articles and podcasts episodes. He is currently an engineer and writer living in Rochester, NY, interested in in-depth, technically-challenging engineering applications, especially those utilizing finite element analysis and Matlab. He is currently working as a Systems Engineer on optomechanical assemblies.
Coming up in the fall of 2021, he hopes to expand to teaching in the classroom in the greater Rochester schools and colleges.