Timothy Armour is a Los Angeles-based investment professional with over three decades of experience in asset management. He joined the Capital Group as part of the Associates Program in 1983 and was elected as the Chairman in 2015.
He attended the Middlebury College where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics. As part of his experience at Capital Group, Timothy Armour has served as an Equity Investment Manager, Equity Portfolio Manager, as well as the Chairman of the management committee.
Based on a commentary on the investment strategy of Warren Buffet, Timothy Armour states that investing for your retirement should not be in relation to whether an investor chooses an active or passive index, but focus on the long-term returns on investment. This was necessitated by a wager placed by Mr. Buffet claiming that he could outperform hedge fund managers by speculating on an S&P 500 passive index fund.
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Timothy Armour, however, disagrees with this notion and claims that there is no way to know which funds will perform better than the other. This is because index funds present no cushion against market downturns. The only way to get good returns is to ensure that your fund manager insists on low investment expenses, as well as invest their own money in the same project as the investors.
In response to President Donald Trump’s election, Timothy Armour claims it will be a period characterized by higher inflation and interest rates, and rapid economic growth.
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