Anglia Advisors is a Registered Investment Advisor in the state of New York and other jurisdictions or where exempt from registration. The firm is not permitted to offer any direct tax, legal or medical advice and no company communication of any kind (written, emailed, media, electronic or verbal) should ever be taken as such.
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Please remember that, while different types of investments involve varying degrees of risk, all investments carry risk of some kind. There can be no assurance that the future performance of any specific investment or investment strategy (including those undertaken, recommended and/or managed by Anglia Advisors) will be profitable or exceed or equal any historical performance level(s). In other words, past performance is not necessarily predictive.
You are advised to fully understand all risks associated with any kind of investing that you choose to undertake or that is being recommended to you or executed on your behalf in a discretionary account and to work with your financial advisor to enhance this understanding. You should not enter any investment without being fully aware of the worst-case scenarios of that investment.
Neither asset allocation nor diversification guarantee a profit or protection against a loss in a declining market. They are only methods used to help manage investment risk.