Strategy is everything

Playing golf well is not just a matter of making solid contact; one of the most important factors to success is a player’s ability to make strategically sound decisions based on the surroundings and course setup. Making sound investment decisions requires a very similar skill—every move you make has to be carefully planned based on the market environment.

Like perfecting a golf swing, a factor-based approach to investing may not feel natural at first, but one has to take a rational assessment of which approach is needed. Similarly, both golf and factor-based investing rely heavily on analyzing all the available data (on a hole or stock, respectively) and forging ahead with the best analysis available.

Here, we connect some typical golf course scenarios to factor-based investing strategies.They’re more aligned than you might think.

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The alternate revenue weighting approach employed by the Funds, while designed to enhance potential returns, may not produce the desired results.