Here at Vintage Asset Advisors, LLC, we are dedicated to you and all your different money management needs. An investment strategy for a specific client is based upon goals and objectives identified by the client which my vary depending on life circumstances.
Security analysis methods may include charting, fundamental analysis, technical analysis, and cyclical analysis. The main sources of information include financial newspapers and magazines, inspections of corporate activities, research materials prepared by others, corporate rating services, annual reports, prospectuses, filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, and company press releases.
Investors seek to maximize their capital gains. This strategy seeks out companies with above average growth potential. A growth investor looks for investments in rapidly expanding industries especially those related to new technology. Profits are realized through capital gains and not dividends as nearly all growth companies reinvest their earnings and do not pay a dividend. The theory is that growth in earnings and/or revenues will directly translate into an increase in the stock price.
The investment objective of the income strategy is to pick companies that provide a steady stream of income. When investors think of steady income they commonly think of fixed-income securities such as bonds. However, stocks can also provide a steady income by paying a solid dividend.
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