Not all low volatility equity approaches are the same, and one differentiator, according to Research Affiliates, is the transition from theory to practice.
Low Volatility Equity
Empirical research has shown that the tendency for low-volatility stocks to outperform their high-volatility counterparts is driven by the poor performance of high-volatility stocks during down markets.
How are chief investment officers balancing upside participation with downside protection ahead of what they see as a likely stock-market correction?
Humans have a natural propensity to want to gamble, and this phenomena can translate into opportunity for investors seeking low volatility stocks.
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