Tax loss harvesting is a routine but important technical strategy advisors employ to offset investor gains in a strategic manner that has beneficial tax consequences. While it’s a small technical maneuver we don’t typically cover in Hilton Insights, it’s important to understand the nature of tax loss harvesting in light of the proposed changes to the tax code.Read Now
The Hilton team weighs in on investor arguments of whether the U.S. economy is experiencing a bubble, and explains that Hilton remains prepared to react in either scenario.Read Now
The Hilton Capital team shares an overview of the insights discussed during its most recent investor call.Read Now
In his year-end investor letter, Hilton Capital Management’s Tom Maher reflects on a tumultuous 2020, marked by a once-in-a-century pandemic, and shares what he learned from this experience.Read Now
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Seeks capital preservation with an emphasis on income generation as a key component to competitive total returns while minimizing risk and volatility.
Diversified portfolio of global dividend yielding securities managed tactically utilizing the Hilton Capital Management investment process.
Incorporates passive and non-passive funds to replicate the asset allocation process of the Hilton Tactical Income strategy.
The Small and Mid Cap Opportunities Strategy appeals to investors seeking exposure to small and mid cap equities, where diversification is critical but is not determined by index weights.
Mr. Maher joined Hilton Capital Management to launch the Small and Mid Cap Opportunities Strategy in 2019. Prior to joining the firm he was the portfolio manager of the smid cap, small cap and micro cap value equity strategies for Lord Abbett. Mr. Maher began his investment career in 1989 and worked at several high profile firms such as Lynch & Mayer, Inc, Centurion Investment Group, L.P. and Invesco. Mr. Maher joined Lord Abbett in 2003 and he was made Partner in 2010. Mr. Maher received a BS from Georgetown University and an MBA from New York University.
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