The authoritative guide on Low Volatility Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). It explains what they are, how to use them in portfolios and their key risks. Authored by Aniket Ullal, founder of First Bridge Data, a provider of ETF data & analytics. An ETF expert, he previously managed S&P’s US equity indices, with over $100B in ETF assets. He is the author of ETF Investment Strategies (McGraw-Hill). More
The authoritative guide on Low Volatility Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), it explains what they are, how to use them in portfolios and their key risks. It clearly outlines why it is important for both professional and individual investors to pay attention to low volatility & high beta ETFs. This includes the potential to enhance returns by managing downside volatility, saving on time through ‘smart indices’ that do the work for you, and getting differentiated factor exposure. Backed by robust statistical analysis and yet accessible to both individual and professional investors, it provides practical insights into how to use these ETFs in your portfolio, as well as the potential pitfalls of using these products.
The guide is written by Aniket Ullal, founder of First Bridge Data, a provider of institutional quality ETF data & risk analytics. An expert on index-based investing & ETFs, he previously had product management responsibility for S&P’s US equity indices, including the widely followed S&P 500. These indices serve as the underlying benchmarks for ETFs with over $100B in assets. He is the author of ETF Investment Strategies: Best Practices from Leading Experts (McGraw-Hill; August 2013), which was called “terrific” by the ETF editor at Barron’s and a “must read” by the Journal of Investment Management.