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Our approach to identifying investment managers is to utilize the best ideas of outside research providers combined with our internal research.  We seek proven investment managers as well as low-cost index mutual funds and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) that mimic market performance. Our general bias in selecting managers is to identify those with a strong track record of outperformance who are not afraid to be contrarians and will position portfolios based on the macroeconomic forces shaping the world ahead. 

In general, we will adjust allocations to stocks and bonds to match our prevailing macroeconomic view.  For example, in periods with a heightened risk of a downturn, we will reposition exposure into more nimble and defensive tactical strategies. These tactical strategies involve managers that respond quickly to changing market conditions.

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