Smart beta to drive ETF market growth

"(...) In Australia, we expect more flows to Australian equal weight ETFs. Equal weight investing represents a way in which investors can diversify risk in their portfolios by being broadly investe ...

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Arian Neiron

"(...) In Australia, we expect more flows to Australian equal weight ETFs. Equal weight investing represents a way in which investors can diversify risk in their portfolios by being broadly invested in different companies rather than concentrated in a handful of large companies. Equal weighting has been around since the 1970s. To better understand its dynamics, many institutions such as The University of London's Cass Business School, EDHEC Business School, Goethe University, and Australia's own Monash University have investigated and demonstrated the long-term risk-adjusted outperformance of equal weight investing. (...)"

Type: Press article
Date: le 14/02/2018
Research Cluster : Finance
Source : Morningstar

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