Special Report on
Enhanced Index Investing
Enhanced Index Investing - Trends
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With time, new instruments are coming to the financial markets which are supposed to be more liquid, more flexible, more profitable and/or less risky. Enhanced Index Funds or EIF are one of these new products which enable traders to get above normal return from markets. Enhanced index funds are mutual funds which fall into the category of Active Index Funds or AIF. These index funds try to outperform the normal index funds by active management of the fund portfolio. EIFs try to beat the market by many means. By carefully managing the position sizes or allocation to a index or sector. By fine-tuning the market entry and exit timings.
It has long been recognised that investing in commodities can offer several benefits to a portfolio, including negative correlation to stocks and bonds and historically higher index returns. However, due to past legislation, such investments were only available to institutional investors. With the advent of Ucits III this has now changed and a more widespread investor base is able to consider the benefits of investing in commodities. Performance drivers The fundamentals driving commodity price rises are typically thought to be primarily the result of increasing demand. The perception that ... Read More
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