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Swan Content and Resources Library

Dive into this curat­ed col­lec­tion of the most pop­u­lar resources that provide a deep­er under­stand­ing of the Defined Risk Strat­e­gy, com­pelling pre­sen­ta­tions, research white papers, per­for­mance updates, and insights from the port­fo­lio man­age­ment team.

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The Retirement Conundrum: Untying the Gordian Knot (full version)

Investors enter­ing retire­ment face an array of unique chal­lenges that col­lec­tive­ly seem daunt­ing, a real Retire­ment Conun­drum. The impor­tance of hav­ing intel­li­gent, for­ward-think­ing finan­cial advi­sors direct­ly solv­ing this sit­u­a­tion is more impor­tant than ever. One-click solu­tions like tar­get date funds or robo-advi­sors will not solve the retire­ment conun­drum. Fol­low­ing the same cook­ie-cut­ter, 60/40 solu­tions out­lined in text­books will not solve the retire­ment prob­lem. At Swan, we believe that only bold, for­ward-think­ing solu­tions that direct­ly address the biggest risks to the retired baby boomers will solve the prob­lem — like the leg­end of Alexan­der the Great cleav­ing the Gor­dian Knot.

Portfolio Diversification with the Defined Risk Strategy

Seek­ing Real Port­fo­lio Diver­si­fi­ca­tion? White paper — Diver­si­fy­ing with the Defined Risk Strat­e­gy (full ver­sion) Down­load White Paper Swan Research — Inno­v­a­tive Thought Lead­er­ship As investors seek port­fo­lio diver­si­fi­ca­tion in an era of index invest­ing, a […]

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Greek Lessons: Rho Explained

Part of our on-going effort to provide options-relat­ed edu­ca­tion, this post exam­i­nes the impact of inter­est rate changes on options pric­ing.

Passive vs Active — Losing the Forest for the Trees

By now the argu­ments for and again­st pick­ing stocks and index­ing are well doc­u­ment­ed. At Swan Glob­al Invest­ments, our take on the whole pas­sive-ver­sus-active debate is a bit dif­fer­ent. It doesn’t mat­ter. Active or pas­sive: it doesn’t mat­ter. Dive into this engag­ing paper to learn why, and more impor­tant­ly dis­cov­er what may be over­looked in the broad­er pas­sive vs. active debate.

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