Roosevelt Capital Management Equity Strategy

The Roosevelt Capital Management Equity Strategy seeks long-term capital appreciation through building portfolios that are simple, low-cost and avoid the mistakes commonly made by investors.

Performance

Over 93.9% of active domestic equity funds underperformed the S&P Composite 1500 over the 20-Year period ended 12/31/2023. Unlike our actively managed fixed income strategies that involves purchasing individual securities, we believe long-term capital appreciation in equities can best be achieved by investing in a few key index-based ETFs coupled with thoughtful rebalancing on a regular basis.

Simplicity

Nearly every incoming equity portfolio we see is over-engineered and far too complex. This is confusing for the client, obfuscates returns, and hinders manager accountability. Our equity portfolios consist of only a few index-based investments rebalanced quarterly.

U.S. Focused

A U.S. centric strategy provided the best historical returns, and we believe offers the highest probability of success for the foreseeable future.

Tax Efficient & Low Cost

The impact of taxes and fees on investor long term returns are often ignored. Roosevelt Capital Management works to thoughtfully minimize taxes and because of its proprietary technology, which minimizes overhead costs, RCM is able to charge its clients a relatively low fee.

Commentary

June 2024 - Not All Returns Are Created Equal: Taxes, Time and After-Tax Returns

June 2024 - Not All Returns Are Created Equal: Taxes, Time and After-Tax Returns

Dear Investors and Friends, The impact of taxes on portfolio performance is an important but not exclusive consideration when making investment decisions. Unfortunately, like so mu…

June 25, 2024
May 2024 - Active vs. Passive Investing

May 2024 - Active vs. Passive Investing

Dear Investors and Friends, As we navigate the complexities of the financial markets, Mike and I want to share insights from two highly respected studies that shed light on the ong…

May 29, 2024
April 2024 - The Pitfalls of Money Market Funds: A Case for US Treasuries

April 2024 - The Pitfalls of Money Market Funds: A Case for US Treasuries

Dear Investors and Friends, One of the most pressing inquiries we encounter is the question of whether money market funds harbor risks. While it's true that investors have historic…

April 24, 2024