SCOTTS VALLEY, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/11/13 -- Niemann Capital Management (http://ncm.net), a premier money-management firm that runs ETF managed portfolios for individual investors and institutions, is pleased to announce that two of its strategies were ranked in Morningstar's top-20 for best performance during 2012 in the "ETF Managed Portfolios" database.
Morningstar classifies ETF Managed Portfolios as "investment strategies that typically have more than 50% of their assets invested in exchange-traded funds."
"Professional money managers are packaging portfolios of ETFs into investment strategies to meet a wide array of investor demands...," said Morningstar.
The Niemann Dynamic Sector strategy finished in 14th place out of more than 500 strategies in the ETF Managed Portfolios rankings. Dynamic Sector is a sector rotation strategy that seeks to invest in the most dominant sector ETFs around the world.
The Niemann Dynamic strategy finished in 19th place. Dynamic is a U.S. equity strategy that seeks to outperform the S&P 500 using a wide variety of U.S. equity ETFs that range from indexes to industries and sectors.
Niemann Capital Management provides actively managed equity and fixed income strategies that seek to outperform major indexes over a complete market cycle. Founded in 1991, Niemann has navigated clients through some of the most difficult markets in history with our Risk-Balanced Opportunity process that has generated long-term, market-beating results. Our strategies are not trapped in style boxes that typically go out of favor at various phases of a market cycle. They are unconstrained and free to roam wherever opportunities exist. Niemann's product line features single- and multi-asset class strategies in global, domestic, international and emerging markets. We offer traditional fully invested strategies for investors with significant diversification and risk-managed strategies for investors seeking more decisive downside protection.
Niemann Capital Management
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