Investors

A Message To Our Investors

Beginning with GRN’s recommendations for investment strategies and management of your account in accordance with your specific financial goals. Those outlined objectives have been established in accordance with the profile information you provide. Specifically, this investment outline:

• Establishes reasonable expectations, objectives, and guidelines for the investment of your portfolio.

• Sets forth an investment structure detailing the expected initial allocation among asset classes.

• Creates the framework for a well-diversified asset mix that we believe will produce long-term returns in accordance with your level of risk.

• GRN understands the metrics that are important for investors with a specifically structured to  keep eyes on key metrics & goals.

GRN’s Investment Team is responsible for the day-to-day management of GRN’s investment portfolios, as well as providing ongoing support and guidance to GRN’s advisors and investors.

Risks

The term “risk” as it relates to investing may have negative or scary connotations in your mind. And it is true that riskier assets have a greater chance of decreasing in value at some point. Yet, taking on risk in the investment world can also bring reward, as riskier investments tend to have greater potential to significantly increase in value. The key is to find a balance between lower risk and higher risk investments that is appropriate for your specific investment objectives. The goal of investment analysis is to analyze the attractiveness of an asset not only based on its risk, but also on the return potential the asset may bring to the portfolio. Consistent with our overall approach, GRN relies on a set of quantitative inputs and qualitative evaluations of asset classes to estimate overall return potential.

PUBLIC SAFETY ISSUES

With the primary goal of protecting the public and keeping them safe, the federal, state, and local governments operate public safety departments comprised of individuals from the police, EMS, L&I, and department of trasnportation. Adhereing to the regulations of these entities is essential to avoiding catastrophe. 

REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT

Regulatory risk is the risk of a change in regulations and law that might affect an industry or a business. Such changes in regulations can make significant changes in the framework of an industry, changes in cost-structure, etc. Our approach to regulatory risk is designed to preserve value and performance.

SABOTAGE

Sabotage is the act of hampering, deliberating subverting, or hurting the efforts of another. Over half of all Americans are not satisfied with their job. Some employees are so unsatisfied with their jobs that they become disgruntled, and that can lead to a certain type of employee sabotage.

PRICE WAR

A price war is a competitive exchange among rival companies who lower prices to undercut one another. Price wars can be prevented through strategic price management (with non-aggressive pricing), a thorough understanding of the competition, or even communication with competitors.

MARKET UNCERTAINTY

Any time you put money at risk in an attempt to profit, there is an inherent level of uncertainty. When new threats such as governmental regulation or recession arise, the level of uncertainty increases. Uncertainty is the inability to forecast future events.

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