Why Investing on Volatility Markets ?
Simon Aninat, volatility portfolio manager at Seeyond, explains what volatilty investing can bring to investors’ asset allocation.
- Volatility is often associated with big swings in either direction. In that sense, volatility is more about speed of market movements and less about their direction.
- Investors tend to rely on their capacity to time the market to anticipate market rallies or crashes. At Seeyond, we believe market timing is a myth, especially considering the recent violent corrections and rebounds.
- Investors should try to build more resilient allocations and volatility strategies can be of great help to do so depending on the investors’ need.
Main risks of Seeyond’s volatility strategies : capital loss risk, volatility-linked risk, risk related to the underlying asset, model-based risk.
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