Moloney Securities Asset Management

Performance

MSAM Balanced/Conservative Growth Composite

Historical Performance

Return  Period

Composite

Gross

Composite

Net

S&P 1500 60%/

Bloomberg Barclays

40% Blend

 

2017 YTD (ending 09/30/17) 6.67% 5.72% 10.72%
1 Year (ending 06/30/17) 14.01% 12.63% 7.48%

3  years annualized

 (ending 06/30/17)

5.23%

3.90%

 

 

8.32%

 

Inception to Date

(ending 06/30/17)

7.37%

6.15%

10.06%

Product Description

The Moloney Securities Balanced/Conservative Growth Composite, managed by Ron Medley, is available to individual and institutional investors and can be customized to meet the needs of each client's investment policy.

Strategy Overview

The composite seeks long term growth, income, and capital conservation, in combination.  It utilizes both active and passive investment vehicles to create a balanced portfolio profile.  Equities, whether individual stocks or index ETF's, purchased primarily for growth,normally make up around 60% of the portfolio and securities purchased for income make up the remainder.  Passive construction methods are used to manage risk and maintain a consistent ongoing portfolio profile.

Client Customization

The investment strategy can be further customized to meet the needs of each individual client's investment policy.  This is accomplished by narrowing the investment style to meet each client's investment preferences, such as: limiting investment to specific asset classes, company size or bond rating (example: 100% equity, mid-cap only), accommodating social investing concerns, & using tax efficient strategies.

 

 

Disclosures:

1. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Supplemental graph showing growth of $100,000 is for illustrative purposes only. No contributions or withdrawals are contemplated. No taxes or investment management fees are considered. The statistics are based on annual returns assuming reinvestment of dividends and income, and account for both realized and unrealized gains and losses.

2. The MSAM Balanced/Conservative Growth Composite contains discretionary, fee paying, accounts, managed by Ron Medley, that follow a balanced and/or growth investment strategy.  The composite seeks long term growth, income, and capital conservation, in combination.  It utilizes both active and passive investment vehicles to create a balanced portfolio profile.  Equities, whether individual stocks or index ETF's, purchased primarily for growth, normally make up around 60% of the portfolio and securities purchased for income make up the remainder.  Passive index ETF's, in small and mid cap asset classes, for example, are used to generate growth while minimizing individual company risk.  Dividend paying large cap stocks are used to maintain exposure to mature companies.  Fixed income securities are generally made up of high yield corporate bonds, whether individual bonds, a bond index ETF, or an equity made up of a basket of bonds.  Portfolio construction methods are used to follow the same Balanced/Conservative Growth Composite methodology across portfolios while allowing for customization of individual client accounts per their unique risk tolerance and investment preferences.

3. Returns are presented both gross and net of management fees and include the reinvestment of all income.  Gross of fees includes trading costs and net of fees includes management fees.  There are no performance fees.  The effect of withholding tax on the balanced/conservative growth composite is not considered nor is it reflected in the benchmark price indices.  The firm has a policy of checking for significant cash flows and revaluing portfolios for performance purposes when a cash flow greater than 10% happens.

4. A benchmark blend of the S&P 1500 and the Barclays Long Bond Index of 60% S&P 1500/40% Barclays Long Bond Index are provided for comparison to the Balanced/Conservative Growth Composite: The S&P 1500 for its characteristic of representing the broad equity market; the Barclays Long Bond Index for its characteristic of representing the broad bond market, and the  60%/40% blend for its characteristic of representing the overall target investment in the composite. None of the S&P indices reflect the deduction of a management fee if an investor invested in them. The S&P index reflects the reinvestment of all income.

5. To receive a complete list, description and presentation of all MSAM composites, policies regarding valuing portfolios, calculating performance and/or a compliant presentation that adheres to GIPS standards, contact Ron Medley at 1-800-628-6002, x3003 or write Attn: Ron Medley, MSAM, 13537 Barrett Pkwy. Dr., Ste. 330, Manchester, MO, 63021.