Litman Gregory Senior Advisor and Principal Gretchen Hollstein, CFP® was recently highlighted in Barron’s article How to Invest for a Post-COVID World. In the article, a select group of investment professionals respond to how they are modifying clients’ portfolios given thoughts on the current environment and headwinds facing core bond returns and the traditional 60/40 stock/bond balanced portfolio. Those interviewed tended to agree that there are attractive opportunities to make portfolio shifts from growth to value stocks, U.S. to foreign equities, and from core bonds to other sources of income.
In her response, Gretchen mentions that Litman Gregory is “looking for more from fixed-income allocations than traditional holdings can provide.” She explains that much of our clients’ bond allocations have an absolute-return oriented focus. And, in addition to bonds, we use alternatives to help buffer portfolios to stock market volatility, including “managed futures trend-following strategies, which remained in positive territory earlier this year, when stock indexes cratered.”
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Gretchen Hollstein and Monica Muñoz Named to 2021 Top Wealth Advisor Moms List
We are pleased to announce that Senior Advisors Gretchen Hollstein, CFP® and Monica Muñoz, CFP® have been named as two of the country’s Top Wealth Advisor Moms for 2021 by Working Mother. This recognition is a testament to their passion for both roles they hold, advisor and parent.
Introducing Litman Gregory’s Updated Logo
For many years, our team has referred to the services we offer to our clients as "wealth management". To us, this communicates that we provide both investment management and financial planning in an integrated way to support their broader wealth planning goals. As of today, we have officially updated our name and logo.
Monica Muñoz Recognized on Forbes 2021 Top Next-Gen Wealth Advisors List
We are pleased to announce that Senior Advisor Monica Muñoz has been named on the Forbes 2021 Top Next-Gen Wealth Advisors list. This year’s list showcases the top 500 rising advisors under the age of 40 who combined manage more than $1 trillion in client assets.