Risk Reduction’s Effect on Long-Term Return Compounding
The past several years underscore an essential market truth: shocks occur with a frequency and severity beyond the scope of conventional calculation. In Tony's latest research paper, he discussed J.P. Morgan's research on the broader implications of diversifying risk reduction strategies in light of the current investing environment. Their use comes with surprising benefits depending upon the environment.
- Searching for innovative hedging approaches that reduce drawdown risk as they mute overall volatility
- Analyzing specific asset classes to identify cost-effective hedges
- Putting it all together: how a multi-asset class approach may help reduce risk across the portfolio
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