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Why Low Volatility Equity Makes Sense For the Long Run

August 29, 2022

In our previous blog, we covered whether prospective low volatility equity investors should be concerned about whether 2022’s drawdown is over, and whether more rate increases are a headwind to low...

Is This Any Way to Play Defense in Equity Markets?

August 25, 2021

No evaluation of defensive equity strategies is complete without an examination of their benchmarks; indeed, why not invest in a passive solution? The Journal of Index Investing spotlights this topic...

Do You Need a Journal to Tell You What We've Been Saying All Along? Fine.

August 19, 2021

The Journal of Index Investing recently featured a paper on evaluating defensive equity strategies. Okay, it’s our paper. We’re flattered, of course, but what’s more important is the timing of their...

Do You Have Good Reason to be Skeptical About ESG Investing?

May 18, 2021

With over US$30 trillion in managed ESG assets, this fast-growing investment category is proving to have profoundly resonated with investors worldwide.† And with 34% growth in the last two years, it...

Active Management Can Improve Low Volatility Indexes

February 24, 2021

Global equities have enjoyed a historically long bull market – barreling through even a global pandemic. But the same low interest-rates that sustained the unprecedented growth have been a drag on...

How this Low Vol Strategy Creeps it Real

October 29, 2020

It's been a scary year for low volatility strategies. Despite sharing common objectives – less volatility, less drawdown, and market-like return – they haven't all shared the same success. So why...

How Eliminating Constraints Improves Minimum Volatility Indexes

September 30, 2020

As we covered in our previous blog post, minimum volatility indexes are notably more complex than cap-weighted, or even many common style indexes. But they are still designed to be straightforward...

Why the Best Allocation Models May Be Doomed

November 18, 2019

Strategic asset allocations are a key component of long-term investing, but the models used to formulate them depend on static or slow-moving risk and return assumptions, which keep them from...

Is Stock Volatility a More Persistent Characteristic than Stock Returns?

October 21, 2019

At Intech®, we harness natural stock-price volatility to generate an excess return above the benchmark – without forecasting returns. We find that a stock’s price volatility is more persistent than...