We Are Asset Managers

We are asset managers first and foremost; then, we are financial advisors. Focusing on the financial markets first provides us with the tools and knowledge to be better financial advisors, which aligns our objectives with yours: superior allocation decisions.

Who We Are
  • Truly active portfolio managers and financial planners
  • Committed to deep analysis of financial markets, and recognize that markets works in cycles
  • Persistent and diligent in our advice and investment management process
  • Consistently reviewing your financial plan to adapt to changing regulatory and tax environments
We Are Not
  • Beholden to pie chart investment strategies
  • Advisors who will tell you to 'stay the course'
  • Always bullish or always bearish; we let the market and economy dictate the appropriate actions
  • Salespeople disguised as financial advisors

Who We Serve

We are here to help navigate the business cycle, providing you the ability to adapt to changes in the financial markets. It does not matter if you are a professional, a DIY investor, or a client of ours, we want to share our knowledge and experience to help you meet your investment objectives. Whether or not you want us to directly manage your investment portfolio, we have useful tools available to you.

Professionals

Industry professionals and financial advisors can partner with us and set up strategies that meet their clients’ goals.

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DIYers

DIY investors can subscribe and use our framework to help with their allocation decision-making.

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Investors

investors looking for a more hands-off approach can open an account with us and allow us to manage their assets directly.

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We understand and take advatge of the business cycle

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The Business Cycle

Ask yourself, doesn't it make sense to avoid risky assets when a recession is approaching? Then on the other side, investing right as the economy is about to turn when prices are at their best? We seem to think so; that is why our business cycle framework exists today.

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Macroeconomic Factors that Drive the Financial Market

The absolute and relative performance of broad asset classes is systematically related to macroeconomic trends, both cyclical and secular. These trends are inflation, interest rates, actual gross domestic product (GDP), profits, and income growth. The business cycle includes a monetary policy cycle, a profit cycle, credit cycles, inventory cycles, and cycles in housing and durable goods demand. Each business cycle has a pattern that rhymes while not precisely repeating. In other words, “every cycle is the same except for what’s different.” Plenty of studies suggest these macroeconomic factors explain the variance in asset prices. Take, for example, Black Rock; they identified six macroeconomic factors that can explain 90% of the market variance.

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Inflation Expectations
Credit Risk
Interest Rates
Emerging Risk
Liquidity Risk

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The Fearless Girl

The Fearless Girl is a bronze sculpture by Kristen Visbal, commissioned by State Street Global Advisors, a large asset management company. It currently resides in front of the New York Stock Exchange building in Manhattan's financial district in New York City.

Fearless Girl was commissioned to advertise for an index fund that comprises gender-diverse companies with a relatively high percentage of women among their senior leadership.

To us, the Fearless Girl represents the present and past inequality in the Wall Street elite. Not so long ago, Wall Street was one big men's club of smoke-filled rooms with very few females on the trading floor. To the degree that they were welcome, their role was isolated to secretaries and administrative duties. While the atmosphere has changed, there is still more work to do. Here at Omega was strive to create a culture of diversity towards both race and gender. We spotlight the Fearless Girl as a reminder that we must do more. We support and value the women in Wall Street and encourage other financial firms to do the same.