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Sector Rotation Strategies In Dynamic Markets

Apr. 06, 2021 3:58 AM ETSECT1 Comment


  • Exploring and learning from the investment perspective and process of an active ETF manager in employing sector rotation strategies through recent market volatility and uncertainty.
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[Sector rotation is a well-respected and widely employed theory of stock market activity. A sector rotation investment strategy entails "rotating" or shifting from sector to sector as the economy moves through the different phases of the

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The shifting strategies did not prevent a greater than 30% drawdown.
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