Systematic equity investing harvests returns from equity markets using a disciplined, transparent and repeatable process—from how we evaluate which stocks we like versus dislike to how we weight them in a portfolio. In this video, we explain the differences between systematic and discretionary investing and talk about the potential long-term advantages of a systematic approach.
Systematic Equities: A Closer Look
We delve deeper into some of the major factors in equities and how to best apply them in a portfolio.Read more
Systematic Equities: Further Reading
From white papers to data sets, we’ve compiled our most relevant advanced thinking on systematic equities.Read more
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