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Guide to factor investing in equity markets

Guide to factor investing in equity markets

01-06-2018 | Insight

Factor investing is on the rise. Over the past decade, prominent institutional investors have publicly embraced factor-based approaches to securities selection and portfolio allocation. Meanwhile, the number of retail investors introducing factor-based products in their portfolios has also increased substantially. The reason is simple: factor investing works in practice.

  • Joop  Huij
    Joop
    Huij
    Head of Factor Investing Equities and Factor Index Research

Why consider factor investing in your portfolio? Which factors are relevant? What is the smartest way to define and combine factors? Are generic low-fee strategies really such a cheap option? These are some key considerations we addressed in this ‘Guide to factor investing in equity markets’

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