In an effort to help investors seeking to navigate complex market conditions, we initiated a plan focused on mathematically mitigating loss during major market downturns.
The vision originated during the 1987 stock market crash, with the opinion that incurring devastating financial losses due to market volatility is unnecessary. After years of research, we developed a disciplined, systematic and quantitative approach to investing for our line of Mutual Funds.
Markets are constantly evolving, and investor needs have evolved, as well. By choosing a Howard Capital Management Mutual Fund, investors are embarking on a partnership geared towards the accumulation of wealth, while striving to keep capital on the safe-side of the equity market. Each fund strives to:
- Quantitatively seek to bypass market declines
- Seeks growth in capital by investing for a long-term approach
- Active trading through a quantitative and systematic approach
- Proactive management through daily monitoring and rebalancing when necessary
Following the 1987 stock market crash, Vance Howard, CEO of Howard Capital Management and Portfolio Manager, sought to find a proactive way to mitigate downside risk. His years of research yielded a disciplined and systematic investment process now called, the HCM-Buyline®. The HCM-BuyLine® is a quantitative, math-based process driven by market ratios. The Funds use the HCM-Buyline® to determine when to be in the market and when to be out of the market.
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