Structure is the Strategy
Structured Investing is an investment approach that draws on the research of the academic community’s most innovative and respected financial thinkers. Structured Investing is conducted by systematically ranking, sorting, and sizing investment opportunities daily within broad asset classes, such as U.S. Large Cap or Emerging Markets, then providing highly efficient portfolio implementation to maximize exposure and diversification while minimizing non-systemic risk and reduce costs.
Successful investing means not only capturing dimensions that generate expected return but reducing risks that may needlessly compromise performance. Avoidable risks include holding too few securities, betting on countries or industries, following market predictions in areas like interest rate movements or earnings projections, and relying solely on information from third-party analysts or rating services. To all these, diversification is an essential tool to investors.1 It lessens the impact of the random fortunes of individual securities and positions your portfolio to capture the returns of broad economic forces that markets have historically delivered over time.
Traditionally, investment managers either focus on picking individual securities or holding a basket of many securities designed to track a specific market index. Structured Investing chooses a different path. It structures portfolios based on expected returns using public prices rather than speculation or commercial indices. As a result, investors achieve a more consistent portfolio structure.
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