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Market Tactics

Tactical asset allocation outperforms

17 May 2016

Anthony Garner's momentum system (TAA1) is beating its benchmark almost 2:1 and is now buying emerging markets

Each month, we are following the live trading performance of our guest columnist, Anthony Garner. Since August 2015, Anthony has been buying from a universe of 60 New York-listed exchange traded funds (ETFs) which offer liquid exposure to a wide opportunity set of equity and commodity markets. So far, the system (labelled TAA1) has fared better than the MSCI World Index, with lower volatility and drawdown.

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