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As you might imagine, we like data – even website data. And that data tells us what topics you found most interesting in 2019. Below is a list of the top five most popular blog posts and white papers on our website. See what your peers are reading!

Top 5 Blog Posts

Why is Absolute Return so Absolutely Painful?

With equity markets near all-time highs and interest rates near all-time lows, consensus return forecasts have dwindled and many institutional investors have turned to absolute return strategies to address their challenges. And while the potential of low correlation and downside protection from absolute return is great, finding the right strategy is challenging. Read more to learn how you can potentially use equities for absolute return results.

How Intech Uses Artificial Intelligence

Many of the popular techniques in Artificial Intelligence (AI) have been used in real-life applications since the 1980s, including machine-learning (ML) techniques. As a quantitative manager, it is only natural to employ AI as a research tool, alongside more traditional quantitative methodologies. Read more to discover how AI differs from ML and why this distinction is important.

How to Implement Variable Beta Strategies

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 downside risk at times. Learn how variable beta strategies can allow for a more dynamic portfolio – one that may reduce long-term risk without changing an allocation’s return profile.

Volatility as a Reliable Alpha Source

Intech harnesses 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 its return, making volatility a reliable input for portfolio construction. How can you use this volatility to capture alpha? Read more to find out.

Does Today’s Volatility Offer You a Signpost?

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 can actually serve as an important resource to help strengthen portfolio resilience by signaling when to reduce risk and when to embrace it. Read on to learn how to use volatility to your advantage.


Top 5 White Papers

Evaluating and Implementing Defensive Equity Strategies

Defensive equity strategies may have obvious appeal, but how do you get the most out of their potential benefits? This practical paper offers real-world answers to common questions about defensive equity investing: how to differentiate between approaches; how to evaluate and classify outcomes; how to implement them in your portfolio. Take the next step in understanding defensive equity investing.

What to Look for on the Road to ESG

Environmental, social and governance issues are becoming an important part of the global investment industry, but ESG investors have serious issues to consider: bias and subjectivity in ESG research; reconciling fiduciary responsibilities; evaluating managers; assessing outcomes. Download your ESG investing roadmap to begin vetting these issues.

How to Make Equity Allocations More Resilient

Is your portfolio durable enough for the next risk regime? Today’s market is driving many to take a hard look at defensive equities investing.

Download this paper to get an update or to get started on defensive equity investing. It offers a fresh look at what is now a mature investment category: what is defensive equity investing; why does it appear to deliver; what are some key issues to consider; what’s the strategic case for using it? Prepare for tomorrow, today.

Can Strategic Asset Allocations Adapt to Markets?

Can you stay nimble enough for the next risk regime? In this thought-provoking paper we address questions like: what are the challenges of risk and return assumptions; can you improve portfolio efficiency without adding alts; what is variable beta? Download our latest paper where we do a case study using target-date glide paths to show the potential benefits of a dynamic strategy within a strategic model.

Are Your Asset Allocation Models Exposed Right Now?

Equities are often the largest source of risk in any allocation model and there are real limits to diversifying it away. In our latest eBook, we offer asset allocators an alternative risk management solution: variable beta equity strategies. What you’ll discover: why do model assumptions present challenges; isn’t more diversification the answer; two use-cases for variable beta strategies. Download the eBook today.

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