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JCN FINANCIAL’S CRISIS INVESTMENT STRATEGY

JCN FINANCIAL’S CRISIS INVESTMENT STRATEGY

Early in the current crisis, JCN Financial took a pro-active and systematic approach. JCN sold 100 percent of stock holdings and moved to a crisis portfolio position. This approach involved transitioning from stock holdings to a mix of treasury bonds, gold and U.S. dollars. This strategy is meant to preserve capital as best as possible and still profit, albeit modestly prior to the recession.

Despite intermittent rallies in the stock market, the fundamentals of the market are very unhealthy. We are keenly aware of the state of the market, and we monitor it daily so we can make the best decisions for you.

Once the federal stimulus fully enters the economic system, we will be able to more clearly assess the depth of the economic damage. Then we will have distinct measures of when it is safe to reinvest in stocks. If we observe clear evidence that companies are on sure footing, slow reinvestment into stocks will begin across all of our portfolios. This is a prudent approach ruled by facts, and not by emotional reaction.

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