The case for low volatility investing

In this paper, The case for low volatility investing, the concept of low or minimum volatility is discussed within the context of other smart-beta equity strategies (those that factor for value, for instance). Using the Australian equity market as a sample set, the research suggests that low volatility equity strategies, when compared with other smart-beta strategies, may be more stable and more predictable over the long term.

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