Strategies in a Volatile Market
Podcast: Strategies in a Volatile Market
Join us as we explore the concept of efficient markets and dive into Wall Street Alternatives, a 2005 presentation by Niall that challenged the industry to reconsider asset allocation. We look at two periods in time, 1982 and 2000 when markets were especially cheap and offered plenty of growth opportunities.
[00:01 – 08:17] Opening Segment
- Niall Gannon discussed his research into the effective tax rate of high-net-worth investors
- Investors in high tax brackets do not get paid the same returns as their institutional peers
- Families should be skeptical before investing and make sure they are comfortable with their investments
[08:18 – 20:55] Exploring the Benefits of Fixed Income Allocations
- September 2022 saw 5 trillion of capital infused into the economy
- The S&P was trading at a 6% earnings yield, minimum expected return going forward
- High-grade municipal bonds were trading at 6% in 2000
- There is no way to dampen short-term volatility with long-term bonds
[20:56 – 23:59] “The Dangers of Relying on Headlines: How to Avoid the Mistakes of 2000”
- Bonds provide a fixed rate of return and fixed price at maturity
- Investors need to brace for a possible recession
- Equity returns are a function of accumulated profits over 20 years
- Investing slowly and diligently is key in times of uncertainty
- Volatility does not equate to capital loss if held to the duration
- Headlines often predict market tops and bottoms from a contrarian standpoint
[23:59 – 38:40] How to Allocate Assets for Maximum Protection
- Investors should look at the burden in hand (bonds) versus a two in the bush (riskier investments)
- Active management is key to ensuring all components of a portfolio are accounted for
- Planning for families should not be based on rosy assumptions and should err on the side of caution
[38:41 – 40:26] Closing Segment
Connect with Niall through LinkedIn, or visit www.NiallGannon.com.
Brian’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-c-adams/
Real estate syndications are one of the best ways to access the full tax benefits of real estate ownership while still investing passively.
Jeff Strese is an Organizational Development Consultant and Executive Coach focusing on multi-generational family enterprises, corporations, and mission-driven nonprofit organizations.
David Mandel is an emerging tech Super-Angel Investor and managing partner of Emerging Ventures Capital. He has invested in over 500 startups.
Billy Keels is the founder of First Generation Capital Partners. He grew up knowing nothing about investing and challenged himself to learn everything.
A real estate private equity firm that owns and operates high quality multi-tenant office assets in emerging secondary markets.
Interested in learning more about Excelsior's investment opportunities?
104 Woodmont Blvd, Suite 120
Nashville, TN 37205
Disclaimer: Under no circumstances should any information presented on this website be construed as an offer to sell, or solicitation of an offer to purchase any securities or other investments. This website does not contain the information that an investor should consider or evaluate to make a potential investment. Other materials related to investments in entities managed by Excelsior Capital are not available to the general public.