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Cardan Capital Partners Co-founding Partner and Chief Investment Officer Matt Papazian recently sat down with a reporter from Citywire USA to discuss our approach to investing.

Matthew “Matt” A. Papazian, CFA

Matthew “Matt” A. Papazian, CFA

“This Denver-based RIA zeroes in on the signals it looks out for to build its passive-driven investment strategy,” Citywire, a provider of news and information for professional investors, wrote. Matt explains those four signals, which underpin the majority of our managed portfolios: The allocation signal, the style tilt signal, the recession signal, and the volatility signal. He also explains the typical Cardan Capital Partners client, the models we offer clients, how we view manager selection, and our use of active and passive funds.

We invite you to read the full interview on Citywire’s website.

Read more: Citywire recently named Cardan Capital Partners an “RIA Future 50.”

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