Are Your Investments Based on Market Fact or Academic Theory?


Our Portfolios


Accredited investors with a net worth of at least $1 million can invest in a unique Life Settlement investment with targeted double-digit returns without stock market volatility.


FBIAS: Fact Based Investment Allocation Strategies are institutional type portfolios that are comprised of low cost exchange traded funds and are professionally managed. FBIAS portfolios seek to profit in bull markets and protect profits in bear markets.

These portfolios have the ability to move to cash or go short during bear markets.


Enjoy targeted double-digit annual returns, high cash flows, plus capital appreciation with principal guarantees. Click the button below to find out more about our professionally managed individual bond portfolio.

Our Fact-Based Strategy

FACT: Something that actually exists; reality; truth.

We have certain core beliefs about the market that form the foundation of our investment process:

  1. We don't know where the market will go, and neither does anyone else

  2. Wherever the market goes, it will get there by trending

  3. Along the way, there will be outperformers and underperformers


Understanding these tenets allows us to construct portfolios that are well equipped to handle whatever the market brings. Using the market laws of supply and demand, our fact based strategy concentrates on identifying market trends to determine our degree of market exposure, and then we identify the outperformers to include in our portfolios.

"It is not our task to forecast the future, but to prepare ourselves for it."

- Pericles (500BC - 429 BC)

Our portfolios are built on academic facts, not theories or market hypotheses.

Our methodologies allow us to profit in bull markets, and protect in bear markets, which allowed our portfolios to avoid the collapse of 2008.

We believe that facts and results speak for themselves, and are more powerful than colorful commentaries, entertaining forecasts, or whimsical predictions from market gurus and soothsayers.

Three Characteristics of our Fact-Based Investing Strategies:

  1. There are no predicions, opinions, outlooks, or forecasts. We focus on the measurements that reflect the continuous tug-of war relationship between the market forces of supply and demand and base our decisions on "What Is"  not what "might" or "ought" to happen.

  2. We make no assumptions about Market 'efficiency' or rationality. Fact-Based investing embraces the reality of inefficient, irrational markets, and tries to use those characteristics to our advantage.

  3. We do not remain fully-invested regardless of Bear Market circumstances.

THEORY: A proposed explanation whose status is still conjectural and subject to experimentation.

Chief among the academic theories that drive investing advice are:

•  The Efficient Market Hypothesis
•  The Rational Investor Theory
•  Modern Portfolio Theory
•  The Efficient Frontier
•  Strategic Asset Allocation (pie charts)


What all of these have in common, is that each of them states what ‘ought’ to happen and how Markets and investors ‘ought’ to behave, based on theoretical models and equations.  

"I was wrong. The model that I believed in for 40 years did not work."

- Alan Greenspan (March, 2009)

Alan Greenspan, America’s chief economist during his 20-year tenure as Federal Reserve Chairman, was forced to admit that the academic theories underpinning his work were flawed. 

Fact-Based Investing, concentrating on the ‘what is’ of Market supply and demand, rejects the ‘what might be’ of Prediction-Based Investing and the ‘what ought to be’ of Theory-Based Investing.