S&P Dow Jones Indices (S&P DJI) publishes a series of low volatility indices, offering market participants a perspective on the returns of lower volatility equities and forming the basis for index-linked products globally.1 Low volatility indices have typically outperformed their underlying broad market benchmarks on both an absolute and a risk-adjusted basis.
S&P DJI recently extended the returns history for one of the widely followed low volatility benchmarks—the S&P 500 Low Volatility Index—back to February 1972.3 Using the additional two decades of return information, this paper:
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