Matt Wagner explains how our WisdomTree’s U.S. Multifactor Index was designed to tap into the diversification elements of equal weighting, while also aiming to mitigate the increased volatility and sector bets that can arise from a simple equal-weighted strategy.
There has been a recent increase in interest from investors seeking diversification in their portfolio through low-volatility strategies. Scott Welch explains how our multifactor strategies may be able to help investors seeking smarter diversification without overpaying for the benefit of “low volatility.”
Value investors have had a tough time in recent years with market gains concentrated in technology and mega-cap growth. The most recognized U.S. value benchmarks have lagged the market significantly over the past three years, and we believe the reason lies in sector bets. Jeremy Schwartz discusses a possible solution to help investors manage valuation risk without betting big against any sector.
There are many tactical and strategic tailwinds that may favor equal weighting versus market cap weighting U.S. equities. The WisdomTree U.S. Multifactor Index aims to offer investors a diversified approach to equal weighting while balancing its exposure to factors associated with outperformance over the long run. Matt Wagner and Alejandro Saltiel discuss.