The market has become a fast paced computer driven venue with magnified volatility. Market volatility can be damaging to a portfolio that isn’t properly managed through the turbulence. Unfortunately, some advisors are only interested in positioning an account and then forgetting about it. At Chlebina Capital, we actively monitor and rebalance assets throughout the year to manage through the market volatility. Our in-depth analysis of the market led us to create proprietary indicators that help us to navigate through upturns, downturns, and even fixed income environments that may be impacted by things such as interest rate changes. These indicators assist in determining what investments we position in as well as the proportion that is invested in equities versus fixed income securities. With the intent to take advantage of the market volatility instead of being damaged by it, we have leveraged our indicators and analysis to create the “Integrated Tiger Strategy.”
The Integrated Tiger Strategy is the combination of the “ Tiger Strategy ”, " Bengal Strategy ," " Fusion Strategy ," “ Balanced Strategy ,” and “ Foundation Strategy .” It is designed to allocate funds to be more or less aggressive based on Chlebina Capital Managements proprietary indicators. This strategy is one of our methods of investing, which has an adaptable risk/reward tolerance that becomes slightly more aggressive or more conservative based on how the indicators suggest to position.
The Integrated Tiger Strategy attempts to outperform the S&P 500 in positive years, while still providing the protection of lower volatility during the down years.
This strategy has been created with the intent to reduce risk, increase exposure to multiple asset classes, and increase diversification by investing in securities that may hold hundreds of positions. The Integrated Tiger Strategy is typically comprised of equity and fixed income securities.

An index is a portfolio of specific securities, the performance of which is used in our strategy as a benchmark in judging the relative performance of certain asset classes. Indexes are unmanaged portfolios and investors cannot invest directly in an index. The index returns are "Total Returns" with dividends reinvested, which means the return is not only the change in price for the securities in the index, but any income generated by those securities. The S&P 500 Index is an unmanaged index that is generally considered representative of the U.S. stock market. The performance of an unmanaged index is not indicative of the performance of any particular investment. Investments offering the potential for higher rates of return also involves a higher degree of risk. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
There is no certainty that any investment strategy will be profitable or successful in achieving your financial objectives.
Securities offered through Securities Service Network, Inc., Member FINRA/ SIPC . Fee-based advisory services are offered through Chlebina Capital Management, LLC., a registered investment advisor.