|Portfolio Management is the art of predicting consequences on an investment decision, forecasting
returns, assessing risks, and making a crucial decision. For sure, More money is better than less. The
paradox of investing is that, although investors generally agree with this statement, the pursuit of more
money is not always prudent. This paradox explains, in part, why Schultz Collins Lawson Chambers,
Inc. [SCLC} is not a money management firm. Money managers often seek to generate attractive
performance results by trying to identify undervalued securities with above average prospects for
future growth or income. Money managers market the portfolios formed from these ‘mispriced
securities either to the retail public or to wealthy individuals qualifying as “sophisticated investors “
under current securities laws. The easiest way for a money manager to claim superior performance is
to outperform either their peer group of competitors or a benchmark such as the S&P 500 Stock Index.
You are the Investment Manager that will conquer the profit taboo and come up with what your
investors aim to.