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Low Volatility Equities

Low Volatility Equities

Conservative Equities is our active approach to low-volatility investing and forms part of our quantitative equities range. It is based on the anomaly that lower-risk stocks tend to deliver a higher risk-adjusted return than high-risk stocks, contrary to classical finance theories.

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