Investors know that making critical decisions in an investment is essential because they do not know what funds will outperform the other. For that reason, investors find the most experienced fund manager for managing their equity portfolio. For decades, active managers do a large extent of comprehensive research on mutual funds using two filters to sort and compare when making decisions on investments: “low expenses and high manager ownership,” says Tim Armour to CNBC, Feb. 27, 2017.
Timothy Armour has over three decades of investment expertise and has been an active management at Capital Group in Los Angeles, California, where he was elected chairman in 2015. “Our number one mantra is we will get you better returns over time,” said Tim Armour to Charles Stein, Bloomberg, L.P., July 28, 2015.
To receive the best returns on investments, Armour and Capital Group are always thinking for, and looking out, in the best interests of their clients financial portfolios. As an active financial manager, Armour’s success lies with strategies he uses in researching best solutions with current business trends in investments, such as index funds.
Armour is a world leading asset manager continuously researching new trends. He says on Jason Bailey’s blog that equities are currently struggling to hit new highs after President Donald Trump’s election. Armour also says on Bailey’s blog that since the 2016 president election, there have been changes in asset prices and bond markets are stabilize. Overall, key indexes hit record highs with new policies under the Trump administration.