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Volatility is usually seen as something bad, as the enemy of long-term performance; but the insights it provides may actually make it more of a tool that can be used to help strengthen portfolio resilience.
Volatility’s historical relationship with market drawdowns may offer an effective rebalancing signal, and its greater persistency than past returns at the security level may help strengthen portfolio construction.
These insights can be applied through a dynamic adaptive strategy that may help reduce risk exposure in difficult equity markets while strengthening long-term return potential.
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