With over 50% of our assets under management in fixed income, Sabin Wealth Management Group takes a very hands-on approach to maximizing risk-adjusted results. The primary goal is targeting the highest potential income for our clients to help meet retirement expenses, within the context of reducing volatility and risk, in this more defensive portion of our client’s portfolios.
Depending on the account type, our goal is maximizing clients’ after-tax income and return potential. The global economy is perpetually changing, which results in certain bond sectors outperforming while others are underperforming. Our team’s tactical approach enables us it to seek out the best income-generating opportunities, in any market environment.
Our group offers a wide range of annuities to help clients take advantage of retirement income and savings opportunities. We can help you understand how an annuity works, including its features, benefits, and potential investment risks.
We will work with you to determine how an annuity may strengthen your overall retirement savings portfolio, discuss investment opportunities, and help you determine the level of risk that is comfortable for you
There are many market climates where Treasury and/or Municipal bonds that may outperform Corporate bonds and vice versa. We actively overweight and underweight across the bond universe to potentially maximize income while attempting to reduce risk.
Our active dividend growth investment strategy seeks to provide clients with a rising stream of income through annual dividend growth. A key objective is to provide a well-diversified, low-risk way for income-oriented investors to keep up with the rising cost of living while striving to generate growth for their portfolio.
We focus on investing in profitable, growing companies with a track record of paying increasing dividends throughout all market cycles, including economic recessions. There are only a very small group of companies that meet our stringent criteria and deliver time-tested returns.
There is no guarantee that dividend-paying stocks will return more than the overall stock market. Dividends are not guaranteed and are subject to change or elimination.