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How Equity Market Leadership Reversed Course in 2020

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While equity markets continued to seek record closes through the end of 2020 backed by historical levels of monetary and fiscal stimulus, real economic worries and signs of strain in the market...

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In our last blog, we outlined the theoretical underpinnings of how the natural relative volatilities and correlations in a portfolio of stocks can actually represent a component of that portfolio’s...

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The largest of the large cap stocks in the S&P 500 have delivered some of the index’s strongest gains over the past several years. As investors have continued to pour money into names such as Apple,...

How this Low Vol Strategy Creeps it Real

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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...

The Market Behavior Beneath the Record Recovery That Deserves Investors’ Attention

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Equity markets are, of course, forward-looking by nature, principally concerned with future earnings. Naturally, as the world attempts to climb out of the economic carnage wrought by an ongoing...

How Defensive Equity Preserves Capital When it’s Needed Most

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We’ve covered the potential benefits of defensive equity strategies at length in previous papers, and their increasing market presence over the past decade is testament to their demand from asset...

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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...

What You Should Know About Minimum Volatility Indexes

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