Atlas Capital

Global Balanced Fund

Atlas Capital
Global equitybalanced

The aim of the Atlas Global Balanced Strategy (the Strategy) is to outperform strategies which are balanced approximately 60% in global equities and 40% in fixed income. The 60/40 allocation is prevalent among institutional and individual investors. Sixty percent of the allocation of the Strategy will be the Atlas Global Defensive Equity Strategy. The remaining forty percent of the strategy will be yield-oriented asset classes which have lower investment risk than equities.

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Last 30 days 1.7%
Last 90 days 5.6%
Last 365 days 10.9%
Since inception (Oct 27, 2021) -0.5%
Since inception (annualized) -0.2%
2024 (YTD) 1.9%
2023 9.9%
2022 -10.9%
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The Portfolio Manager utilizes academic, investment industry and proprietary research regarding allocation strategies among fixed income choices. The primary attributes considered are expected return, sentiment, and risk.


The approach utilized by Atlas Capital Advisors LLC (the Manager) for the 60% of the fund in global equities is described in [provide link to Defensive Equity Strategy]. This aim of this part of the portfolio is to outperform the capitalization-weighted global equity index. For the remaining 40%, the Manager uses a proprietary framework to evaluate expected returns relative to risk for a large set of yield-oriented investment categories. These categories include investment grade fixed income, high yield of various maturities and credit quality, local and hard currency emerging market debt, preferred stock, bank loans and inflation-protected securities. The aim of this part of the portfolio is to outperform the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index. The Strategy uses a consistent, systematic approach with a foundation in academic and Manager proprietary research. The benchmark for the overall Strategy is 60% FTSE Global All Cap Net Tax (US Regulated Investment Company) Index and 40% Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index. The sections which follow describe the research and approach underlying the 40% of the fund in yield-oriented investments. (1) Evaluate expected return: - For yield-oriented investments, the Manager estimates the future investment return by adjusting the current yield for downgrades, defaults, carry, capital appreciation and other factors. (2) Evaluate sentiment - Current investor sentiment is assessed based upon the recent price history, whether the price trend is positive or negative. (3) Evaluate risk: - The uncertainty of the expected return is calculated based upon historical uncertainty. (4) Identify most favorable choices - Potential choices are ranked on two criteria – the return/risk ratio and sentiment - Investments made for the Strategy must rank highly on both dimensions (5) Portfolio optimization - Three to five choices are selected for the yield-oriented part of the portfolio, with the weights set to optimize the expected return/risk ratio of the overall Strategy.



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Atlas Capital

Atlas Capital

Atlas Capital Advisors Inc is an independent, fee-only investment advisor dedicated to providing unbiased advice to our clients. Our specialty is designing and managing sophisticated, tax-sensitive portfolios based on a systematic, disciplined, unemotional, and academically rigorous investment process. We serve affluent individuals, families, trusts, nonprofits and privately held businesses.

Ken Frier is the Chief Investment Officer. Prior to joining Atlas, he held the same role at Walt Disney, Hewlett-Packard, Stanford and the UAW. Jonathan Tunney is the founder. He is the architect of the Atlas Capital enhanced indexing system.

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Past performance is no guarantee of future results, and all investments, including those in this portfolio, involve the risk of loss, including loss of principal and a reduction in earnings.

This portfolio was launched on Interactive Advisors on October 27, 2021, when clients were able to start investing in it. All performance information on this page is actual performance of the Portfolio Manager’s account and presented “net of fees”. The actual performance chart is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be used as the basis for making an investment decision. Actual client returns will differ. All Portfolio Manager information including personal data, profiles, and strategies has been provided by the Portfolio Manager. Interactive Advisors makes no representation or warranty of its accuracy, completeness or relevance and it does not represent the opinions of Interactive Advisors.

All performance information on this page is based on the performance of the Portfolio Manager’s account, using the manager’s own funds. Performance of the Portfolio Manager's account is calculated by Interactive Advisors on a daily time-weighted basis, including cash, dividends and earnings distributions and reflects the deduction of broker commissions (when commissions were charged). Manager returns include trades and positions that fail Interactive Advisors' trading rules, as a result, actual client returns will differ. Interactive Advisors’ advisory fees are simulated and applied retroactively to present the portfolio return “net-of-fees”.

In addition to Interactive Advisors’ management fees, clients will also be charged management fees and other expenses (custodian fees, brokerage commissions, and legal and accounting fees) by ETF issuers if the portfolio contains ETFs.