MAPs are fund-based model portfolios tailored to various risk profiles to cover a broad spectrum of investment goals
Model Allocation Portfolios (MAPs)
MAPs are fund-based model portfolios tailored to various risk profiles to cover a broad spectrum of investment goals.
There are two types of MAPs: Current Income and Capital Appreciation, which encompass a total of eight risk profiles:
The numbers above represent the equity/fixed income allocation (I.e. 20/80) and investment time horizon (I.e. 3-5 years).
MAPs Investment Methodology
Dynamic Asset Allocation
Dynamic asset allocation combines a strategic, long-term approach with some tactical tilts. This blended approach seeks to adjust positioning in light of major macroeconomic events and shifting market cycles, while maintaining a long-term view.
Blended Qualitative & Quantitative Investment Process
The investment team leverages quantitative tools to evaluate different combinations of assets by blending qualitative views and projections with historical risk and returns data. MAPs are reviewed by the team, as a final qualitative overlay, to make any necessary “real world” adjustments.
Diversification does not protect an investor from market risk and does not ensure a profit. Mutual funds are subject to various risks, as described fully in each Fund’s prospectus. There can be no assurance that the Funds will achieve their investment objectives. The Funds may be subject to style risk, which is the risk that the particular investing style of the Fund (i.e., growth or value) may be out of favor in the marketplace for various periods. We note that model portfolios are not appropriate for all investors and are not riskless investments, so investors can lose money. The information does not constitute a recommendation from GSAM.