Private Wealth Managers

Low Risk Managers

Horter Investment Management

Money Manager #1

Manage Risk Strategies seeks to manage downside risk and increase returns by taking advantage of market trends in high-yield bond funds.

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Money Manager #4

Is a high-yield bond fund manager that can go “risk off2” to cash, receive excellent income and has the potential for capital gains.

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Money Manager #2

Money manager two is a high-yield corporate bond fund investment strategy offered through Horter Investment Management, LLC.

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Money Manager #5

Manager five seeks to optimize Municipal Bond Capital Appreciation and Income.

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Money Manager #3

Invests to take advantage of income producing mutual funds or ETF’s as well as make money if interest rates go up.

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Money Manager #6

Manage Low Risk Bond Funds with fourth quarter Stock Market Opportunities.

Moderate Risk Managers

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Money Manager #7

Money Manager seven takes Advantage of the Stock Market going up and down.

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Money Manager #10

Money Manager ten takes advantage of seasonal opportunities of the stock market.

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Money Manager #8

Takes Advantage of the Stock Market going up and down, and can make money if interest rates go up.

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Money Manager #11

Money Manager eleven takes advantage of four sectors of the stock market and can go “risk off2” to cash.

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Money Manager #9

Is composed of the top 50 Dividend paying stocks of the 10 Sectors of the S&P 500 and can go “risk off2” to cash.

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Money Manager #12

Takes advantage of the volatility of long term treasuries whether interest rates go up or down.

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2There is no guarantee that managers will be able to avoid future market losses by going risk off to cash.  In addition, holding cash may carry the risk that a manager will not be invested during periods of positive market performance.