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Was it Really the Best First Quarter in 21 Years?

April 5, 2019

Yes, it really was. 2019 started with a bang. The U.S. equity market just finished its best first quarter in 21 years!1 The S&P 500 Index posted its best quarterly return since the third quarter of...

How to Implement Variable Beta Strategies

March 25, 2019

Risk and return assumptions are a key input to strategic asset allocation models, but these assumptions are often static or at least very slow-moving over time, leaving investors with unchecked...

In Case of Fire, Use Volatility

March 15, 2019

Institutional clients are increasingly seeking equity protection-type strategies to cushion portfolio value from the effects of market volatility. Conventional wisdom presumes the path to seeking...

Navigating Risk-On and Risk-Off Markets

March 6, 2019

Strategic asset allocations are a key component of long-term investing, but the models used to formulate them depend on constant risk and return assumptions that are static or at least very...

Does Today’s Volatility Offer You a Signpost?

February 26, 2019

Volatility has made headlines in the last few months. Investors often think about volatility as something bad – a foe that needs to be controlled, managed or avoided. However, when viewed correctly,...

Volatility as a Reliable Alpha Source

February 20, 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...

How Intech Uses Artificial Intelligence

February 6, 2019

Many of the popular techniques in Artificial Intelligence (AI) have been used in real-life applications since the 1980s, including machine-learning (ML) techniques.

Top 5 Most Read Intech Blog Posts in 2018

January 30, 2019

From volatility and equity market stress indicators to variable beta and absolute return strategies, Intech® featured investment-related resources in 2018 that informed, inspired and encouraged great...

Uncertainty Looms, Is Your Equity Strategy Adaptable?

January 23, 2019

Equity markets’ risk-off environment deepened a sell-off in the fourth quarter amid uncertainty and heightened volatility. And although it’s unclear if market volatility will continue to persist in...

How The Risk Monitor Revealed Market Stress

January 17, 2019

Last year was one to remember. The U.S. equity markets opened – and closed – 2018 with a sharp rise in volatility that pushed the S&P 500 Index into correction territory three times and came close to...