Dynamic strategies are index-based investment strategies that use algorithms to mirror the kind of complex methods commonly used by hedge funds. A common theme is the development of long/short strategies that contain a built-in risk or volatility control. The indexes they use are based on multiple asset classes, with equities being the most popular.
Banks have moved into the indexing space to meet their own needs. “One of the frustrations for banks is that index providers create these indexes bu
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