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C.J. Lawrence today announced that it has been recognized with Top Guns status by Informa Investment Solutions’ PSN manager database in 4Q 2015. CJL Balanced was named a Top Gun across all six star categories, and CJL Bulldog Equity was named a Top Gun in the 1-Star Category. Utilizing a proprietary blend of Informa Investment Solutions’ top priority performance screens, PSN Top Guns ranks products in six proprietary star categories in over 50 universes. This is a highly anticipated quarterly ranking and is widely used by institutional asset managers and investors. Top Guns receive a star rating in the range from one to six. The stars indicate the continued performance over length of time. 1-Star Category: Products with this rating were top ten performers within their respective universes, based on quarterly returns. 2-Star Category: These products were top ten performers within their respective universes, based on returns for the one-year period. 3-Star Category: These products were...

Commodities haven’t just had a rough year. It’s been more like a rough half-decade, in which prices of raw materials and foodstuffs were halved. Once a mainstay ingredient in the investing soup, this asset class is now being shunned, and some people are making ever more bearish price forecasts. So is it time to jump back in and gain the well-documented investing benefits of adding metals, grains and energy into your investment pot? Maybe so, and there are good reasons to consider it (plus some pitfalls to avoid). First, there is the broad reason to own commodities, which is to reduce risk. Because the prices of commodities tend to be uncorrelated with the prices of other assets such as stocks and bonds, the overall volatility of a portfolio tends to be lower. And because most investors define risk as volatility, when it is lower there is less risk. “You have a smoother ride...

NEW YORK (Sept. 10, 2015) C.J. Lawrence, a legendary Wall Street firm dating back to 1864 and acquired by Morgan Grenfell Group in 1986, which in turn was acquired by Deutsche Bank A.G., has been re-established as a registered investment advisor by a management team long affiliated with the firm. C.J. Lawrence, LLC., launched in January 2015, constitutes the former investment management team of ISI Inc. The re-established C.J. Lawrence combines the talents of a highly experienced portfolio management team that has more than 100 years of combined investment experience. Principals include the former CEO and Chief Investment Strategist of C.J. Lawrence, Inc., James E. Moltz, who serves as Chairman, CEO Bernhard Koepp, and Senior Managing Directors Bruce Benedict, David Gallacher, and Terry Gardner, Jr. For over a century the name C.J. Lawrence has been synonymous with high quality investment advice said Chairman Jim Moltz. “Our goal is to achieve the optimal balance...