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Anomaly or Capital Structure Efficient? - Low Volatility Equity Strategies

Anomaly or Capital Structure Efficient? - Low Volatility Equity Strategies

Across asset classes, a positive risk-return relationship can be observed. Within equities, though, the relationship between risk and return of individual stocks has been found to be negative. Low-volatility equity strategies exploit this perceived anomaly to deliver better risk-adjusted returns than standard benchmark indices.


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