guerite


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guerite

(ɡəˈriːt; French ɡerit)
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(Historical Terms) history a turret used by a sentry
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Anamac is the only company that has distribution rights to the minerals guerite and saugin.
Guerite Advisors, the innovator of the Guerite Indicator[TM], is pleased to announce the launch of its flagship no-load mutual fund, the Guerite Absolute Return Fund.
The Guerite Absolute Return Fund seeks to provide investors with a combination of capital appreciation and capital preservation.
The Guerite Absolute Return Fund's managers decide the degree of exposure to the domestic equity market based upon the firm's proprietary Guerite Indicator.
Based upon the Guerite Indicator's forward-looking analysis of current conditions, the fund manager can then increase the fund's equity exposure during periods of normal risk and, even more importantly, decrease the fund's exposure during those cycles identified as high risk in order to preserve investors' capital.
The Guerite Absolute Return Fund's strategy uses several components that are unique, or that would not be easily replicable by investors on their own.
The Guerite Indicator is a model that the adviser has great confidence in," he added.
Guerite Advisors LLC is a registered investment adviser that strives to earn positive returns for its clients regardless of the investment climate using its proprietary Guerite Indicator which identifies high risk conditions that warrant techniques for capital preservation.
The Guerite Absolute Return Fund utilizes a two-part investment strategy that seeks to grow capital by investing in exchange traded funds and holding undervalued stocks until they reflect full value, in combination with its proprietary Guerite Indicator identification system that seeks to identify high-risk conditions and protect capital against undue risk.
The Guerite Absolute Return Fund is subject to a number of risks and may not be suitable for all investors.
For example, the little huts in the middle of many vineyards, beloved of photographers because they give a focal point to what would otherwise be just a sea of vines, are called barraques or cabinets de vignes in this area, capites in Geneva and Vaud, and guerites in Valais.