Capturing the Market, Value, or Momentum Premium with Downside Risk Control: Dynamic Allocation Strategies with Exchange-Traded Funds

There is extensive evidence that investment strategies based on momentum and value are attractive for portfolio managers who seek higher performances.

Author(s) :

Elie Charbi

Head of Asset Allocation Models at Koris International.

Jean-Rene Giraud

Chief Executive Officer of Koris International

Felix Goltz

Head of Applied Research at EDHEC-Risk Institute.

Lin Tang

Research analyst at EDHEC-Risk Institute.

Presentation :

Momentum and value are among the most robust return drivers in the cross section of expected returns. Dynamic risk budgeting methodologies such as Dynamic Core Satellite strategies (DCS) are used to provide risk-controlled exposure to different asset classes. We examine how to exploit the value and momentum anomalies using a DCS investment model. This paper shows that the DCS approach can boost portfolio returns while keeping downside risk under control. The implementation of the portfolio strategies is enabled by exchange-traded funds which are natural investment vehicles since they offer a broad exposure to the markets and provide the necessary liquidity to the frequent rebalancing of the DCS model.
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Type : Publication EDHEC
Date : le 08/07/2011
Extra information : For more information, please contact Joanne Finlay, EDHEC Research and Development Department [ joanne.finlay@edhec.edu ] The contents of this paper do not necessarily reflect the opinions of EDHEC Business School.
Research Cluster : Finance

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