One-Page Portfolio Tearsheets are an exciting new addition to YCharts’ range of communication tools for advisors and asset managers. In addition to portfolio comparisons, FINRA-reviewed reports, and standalone visuals, One-Page Tearsheets provide a clean and digestible review of any investment strategy—and your clients and prospects will appreciate the simplicity.
Available to all YCharts Professional users, One-Page Tearsheets can be customized with your firm’s logo, colors, portfolio description, and custom benchmarks.
Connect with Clients & Drive Internal Discussions
As a trusted technology partner to thousands of RIAs, broker-dealers, and asset managers, we’ve heard from the front lines that conversations about portfolios can quickly become overwhelming for clients. The culprit, advisors say, is information overload caused by pages upon pages of ledgers, data tables, and definitions.
Because they present a wealth of key metrics and portfolio information in a straightforward, intuitive way, One-Page Tearsheets enable both your clients and colleagues to better understand portfolio strategies and their strengths.
Tearsheets expand upon the many ways advisors and asset managers use YCharts to build portfolios and communicate their strengths to clients and prospects. Read on to learn more!
See the Power of a One-Page Portfolio Report
YCharts’ One-Page Portfolio Tearsheets are advisors’ most straightforward and digestible option for proposing and reviewing portfolio strategies. In one page, tearsheets include:
Your Portfolio’s Basic Info
In the Tearsheet’s upper right-hand corner, key portfolio information such as expense ratio, rebalance frequency, benchmark, and your fees are presented alongside a customizable description and your firm’s logo.
Opposite the Basic Info is a visual module including a one-year performance chart, performance over key lookback periods, and annual returns versus your chosen benchmark. This area of a One-Page Tearsheet quickly shows clients where their portfolio stands, and illustrates to prospects the favorable outcomes you can deliver.
Portfolio fundamentals and risk characteristics—including but not limited to Asset Allocation, Dividend Yield, Effective Duration, Beta, and Sharpe Ratio—give further insight into a strategy’s key benefits. Three, five, and ten-year look backs are included for risk metrics to provide a more holistic understanding of portfolio risk over time.
The Tearsheet includes two modules for reviewing portfolio holdings and weights. While the “Top 10 Holdings” section provides the names and weights of ETFs, mutual funds, or other held security types, the “Top 10 Underlying Holdings” module goes a step further.
Highlighting to clients and prospects the individual names that a portfolio is actually invested in, “Top 10 Underlying Holdings” show your true, combined exposure to stocks and bonds across all fund holdings.
Your portfolio’s exposure to different geographic regions, stock styles, stock & bond sectors, and bond credit qualities are broken down visually in the Tearsheet’s center and right-center modules.
When discussing a portfolio’s top-line performance, exposure data is valuable for identifying contributors to returns and risk across trending sectors, value vs. growth, market caps, relatively risky or stable bonds, and more.