The continuation of a “slowdown” regime may favor the quality and low volatility factors.
Performance and stable exposures are potential advantages over a market-cap indexation approach.
In a tough year for quant strategies, factor investing shines.
A dynamic factor allocation approach linked to the business cycle may improve returns.
Looking at fundamentals of dividend stocks can help investors avoid unpleasant surprises.
Christopher Polk of the London School of Economics discusses the outlook for quantitative investing.
A dynamic approach to factor investing can help investors outperform the market.
A discussion of factor research with Christopher Polk of the London School of Economics.
Stretched valuations and shifting momentum may disrupt the group of market leaders.