Published by : Allianz Global Investors GmbH
For many, factor-based smart beta investing
strategies have emerged as an attractive solution,
building on abundant academic research showing
that equity portfolios based on factors deliver
returns that beat the market over a long-term
However, factor-based portfolios also contain
hidden risks that may cause results to fall short of
investors' needs and expectations. To identify and
quantify these risks, we developed a new research
method, which we call "Time to Outperformance"
Published:14 June 2017
Business Area: Portfolio Management
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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