Risk control

Setting the target


The financial crisis has led both institutional and private investors to favour remedial actions that flatten the fluctuations in their portfolio values. Portfolio construction and management techniques such as risk parity and minimum variance have gained popularity as a result. This article focuses on volatility targeting or risk control, another member of the risk awareness family. 

A first section highlights the main features of volatility targeting. We next illustrate how risk control fits

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