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Systematic approach

A systematic approach, also frequently referred as a rules-based approach, is a process based on the application of clearly predefined and repeatable steps. In the context of an investment, it means applying a set of precise rules to select securities and build portfolios. The goal is usually to find the most efficient way to generate optimal and consistent returns.

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Restoring the battered Value factor in equities
Restoring the battered Value factor in equities
The recent dreadful performance of the academic Value equity factor has been a blow for many investors.
20-10-2020 | Insight
Settling the Size matter in equities
Settling the Size matter in equities
The equity Size premium has failed to materialize since its discovery, almost forty years ago.
23-09-2020 | Research
Will Value survive the quant winter?
Will Value survive the quant winter?
The Value factor posted excellent returns over the first decade of the century.
01-09-2020 | Insight