All Asset Strategies

Global tactical asset allocation (GTAA) solutions that aim to deliver attractive real returns, equity diversification, and inflation protection via tactical long-only exposures.



Aims to produce long-term real returns that diversify away from US equity risk


Designed to capture asset class excess returns via tactical long-only exposures


Employs a model-driven, contrarian, value-oriented process anchoring on third pillar asset classes outside of mainstream stocks and bonds

Through discretionary implementation of a proprietary, model-driven, contrarian, and value-oriented investment process, the All Asset strategies harvest asset class excess returns via tactical and predominantly long-only exposures in mutual funds.

Goes beyond mainstream stocks and bonds

All Asset employs a full investment toolkit that includes third pillar asset classes, spanning global stocks, global bonds, commodities, real estate, and liquid alternatives, which can enhance returns and improve diversification.

Hedges against inflation risk

All Asset strategies provide a real-return-oriented approach to investing and are designed to provide protection against rising inflation.

All Asset Strategies

All Asset

A global tactical asset allocation strategy that employs a contrarian investment process to seek high real returns while diversifying and complementing the traditional 60/40 approach to investing.


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All Authority

Has similar objectives to All Asset with the added flexibility of leverage and shorting, which can potentially improve returns, risk mitigation, and diversification.


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