Indexed Risk Control™:
The Next Generation of Fixed Income Investing
Whether you are looking for a Collective Investment Trust (CIT), Separately Managed Account (SMA) or a Private Trust for accredited investors, our strategies are redefining how investors manage risk.
Market conditions have evolved, prompting innovative advisors to change how they manage their clients’ risk. Build offers a novel approach to portfolio construction and risk management, striving to do better in the worst market conditions, yet still offer the opportunity to see upside in the long term. Our rules-based quantitative framework and innovative investment process employ the time-proven risk management benefits of fixed income while overlaying long-only call options to participate in the upside of the equities market.
Indexed Risk Control™ is designed to protect portfolios from sharp downturns with benefits as the market recovers. Addressing the consequences of today’s evolving market conditions, our risk management framework is intended to be used as an alternative to traditional fixed income or an overall risk mitigation solution.
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We believe that our family of strategies are an important and versatile answer to the solutions previously available to Institutional and High Net Worth investors.
– Matt Dines, Co-Founder and CIO Build Asset Management
A Smoother Ride
During the market’s fastest drawdown on record, Build’s flagship Conservative strategy – which consists of over 90% fixed income - had a max drawdown of only 6.24%, while many other conservative strategies experienced a drawdown of 15% or more.*
One Year In: Celebrating Resilience, Growth, and the Road Ahead
Build was founded to provide savers and investors with solutions that keep their long-term goals on track as we navigate a new, disruptive era in financial markets. Today we’re proud to celebrate the first anniversary of the launch of Build’s Indexed Risk Control...
What The Federal Reserve Announcements Mean For Investors
Shinda Bickham and Hugh Tuomey discuss what these announcements really mean for investors. In layman's terms, are low rates good or bad for investors? Shinda: It depends; low rates mean lower borrowing costs, but also mean lower yields for fixed income investors. For...
Market Trends To Watch For in 2021
The financial, political, and social volatility of 2020 perfectly illustrated the need for investors to have a strategy that provides downside protection while still offering upside potential. In our 2020 recap below, we’ll talk through some of the key trends advisors...