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Diversification in Multi-Factor Portfolios

We explore new evidence about interaction effects in composite-based multi-factor portfolios and look into FTSE Russell's Tilt-Tilt integrated approach.

Low Volatility is Not Low Risk

Volatility and risk are often treated as the same thing, but low volatility ETFs have many risks that investors may not be aware of.

Smart Beta in Fixed Income

Market-cap weighting is more nuanced in fixed income than in equities, making smart beta fixed income very desirable in a well-designed portfolio.

Should we embrace the “dark side” of factors?

What are Growth and Value?

Growth and value have intuitive definitions but can be quantified in many ways. A diversified approach can lead to more consistent performance over time
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