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Mannik Dhillon, Head of Investment Solutions, Product and Strategy, recently spoke with Asset TV about the different ways to approach a strategic beta index or ETF.
Make room for strategic beta and the elusive potential it offers
If investors prefer a broader, rules-based approach to large-cap domestic stocks, a volatility-weighted index might be a viable alternative.
Investors, and the advisors who serve them, are on the lookout for more efficient investment vehicles that have the potential to lower risk and provide better risk-adjusted returns.