No one factor works well all the time! So let’s talk about the Multi-Factor portfolio. Wright Research’s Multi-Factor portfolios were the first portfolios we started with three years ago, and they have had a fantastic run.
Are you tired of all the investment gyan ever present on the internet? I know that I am. Every other investment manager is rattling off about the long-term story and the strength of the Indian market. So we thought that this week, we would not join the bandwagon!
There is recurring doubt among investors that Momentum might not be a strategy suited for the long term as it is trying to capture short-term trends. But if you look at the data, you’ll find that Momentum is, in fact, an excellent strategy for the long term.
Momentum Investing is simply defined as the strong predictive power of past returns influencing future returns. Unfortunately, a momentum-based investing approach can confuse investors, and so creep up several myths about Momentum Investing. In this post, we will set the record straight and bust som
At Wright Research, we believe that the market does not remain the same all the time. And as the market itself shifts its behavior, allocations within our portfolios also need to turn. This is why we like to follow a multi-factor approach in our stock selection and asset allocation.