We invite you to join us for a Heaviside Colloquium on...
Tuesday Feb. 10th 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Conservative Asset Allocation in 2015
We'll be using this time to discuss market conditions and expectations for 2015, as well as to detail investment strategies to weather this market. We're nearing the end of the current business cycle upturn and markets are highly volatile with important news on the horizon.
We'll also have time for questions that you may have.
Please join us at our offices in Fremont:
39500 Stevenson Place, Suite 203
We will provide drinks and appetizers. Please see the attached PDF for details. If you plan to join us, please RSVP at info@HeavisideWealth.com.
You can reach us by phone at 888-316-8789 as well.
We hope to see you there!
Heaviside investment forecast for 2015.
We would like to thank the faculty and staff at the UCLA Math Department for hosting our talk "The Discrete Fourier Transform and the Calculation of Game Theoretic Probabilities". The discussions before and after the talk with students and faculty were excellent, and the hospitality was outstanding.
In particular, we would like to thank the Director of Applied Mathematics at UCLA, Dr. Andrea Bertozzi, as well as the UCLA Mathematics Communications Coordinator Anna Ramos. We enjoy all our visits to UCLA, but this visit in particular was incredibly energizing!
Thank you again to all at the UCLA Math Department who made our visit such a memorable one!
Market indexes, such as the S&P 500, have skyrocketed since the end of the last recession. Read our most recent newsletter to get a better understanding of the scale of the growth.
Heaviside Newsletter Issue 33: Capital Preservation and Liquidity in the Face of Severe Market Downturn
Please review the most recent Heaviside newsletter. We are at a pivotal moment in the current credit cycle.
Alan Gillette to Speak at UCLA - "Discrete Fourier Transforms and the Calculation of Specific Game-Theoretic Probabilities"
Dr. Gillette will be at the UCLA Department of Mathematics in December 2014, giving a talk on Discrete Fourier Transforms and the calculation of specific game-theoretic probabilities. This talk will cover recent developments in the subject, as well as present a novel approach to the solution of specific probability calculations.
For the majority of the last 100 years, a bond investment entailed an actual purchase of an individual bond. Not so today. Most modern-day investors place money in bonds through pooled bond funds. In doing so, today's investors are unwittingly investing in bonds in a speculative manner.
In response to this misalignment of risk, Heaviside Wealth Management has created a solution. In our new book, The Heaviside Bond Investment Strategy, Alan Gillette (mathematician and Chief Investment Strategist at Heaviside Wealth Management) explains a new approach to bond investing called Defined Return Theory. Defined Return Theory combines the advantages of bond funds and more traditional strategies such as bond ladders, yet without exposure to their respective disadvantages.