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July 25, 2017

BTS Asset Management Youth and Families At Risk Initiative Now Exceeds $3,000,000 in Total Contribution Value to Salvation Army Programs. Read the release from The Salvation Army

June 30, 2014

Vilis Pasts, Chairman of BTS Asset Management, Honored for Philanthropic Contributions to The Salvation Army of Massachusetts. Read the announcement from the Invest in Others Charitable Foundation

October 18, 2013

High Yield Bond Outlook: A Time for Unconstrained Management. The October 18th, 2013 issue of Advisor Perspectives featured an article by Vilis Pasts, Matthew Pasts and Isaac Braley. Using our unconstrained approach, BTS indicators signaled a move back into High Yield bonds near the end of September. BTS Asset Management views the High Yield bond sector as exhibiting solid fundamentals. Based on historical comparisons, High Yields have strong cash flow coverage for interest payments, due to conservative use of leverage. Read the article.

August 29, 2013

High Yield Bond Market Mid-Year Check In. The August 29th, 2013 issue of Advisor Perspectives featured an article by Matthew Pasts, CEO of BTS Asset Management. After a prosperous 30-year bull market, the prospect for the future direction of High Yield bonds would seem to hinge on not whether, but when their decline starts. Read the article.

July 19, 2013

BTS Asset Management Pledges $1.5M to Salvation Army. The July 19th, 2013 issue of the Boston Business Journal featured a story on a major donation by BTS Asset Management to the Salvation Army. BTS Asset Management has made a $1.5 million pledge The Salvation Army of Massachusetts, the largest donation the local division ever has received to fund operations, a spokesman said. Read the article.

July 2013

Right Fit for a Tough Market. The July 2013 issue of Jefferson National's Advisor Insight of ongoing case studies with leaders in the field featured an interview with Isaac Braley, President of BTS Asset Management. When facing down the long barrel of a bear market, with its volatile swings and sideways moves, how can advisors and their clients address the need for steady returns, manage risk and protect principal?
Read the article.