Reasons to consider ProActive Capital
We are the alternative to “buy and hold”
There are two types of market risk management strategies: Passive and Active. “Buy and Hold” is the most widely employed passive strategy. While giving markets enough time to recover from major market downturns is a valid risk management method, it means forgoing timely bull market profits in favor of a lengthy roller coaster ride through the bear market cycles. What notable professional investor does that?
Isn’t it Time for You to Get ProActive?
ProActive Capital Management, Inc. is a “fee only” registered investment advisor. No loads, commissions, or sales incentives--just sound advice and prudent asset management.
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