Whitepaper: How Smart is 'Smart Beta' Investing?
Investors increasingly embrace ‘smart beta’ investing, by which we mean passively following an index in which stock weights are not proportional to their market capitalizations, but based on some alternative weighting scheme. Examples include fundamentally-weighted indices and minimum-volatility indices. What are the advantages and disadvantages of smart beta investing?
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