Updated: Jun 12, 2019
Recent research shows that factor-based strategies outperform traditional actively managed portfolios and that systematic buy-and-hold strategies more fully capture the factor returns. Individual investors lose a significant portion of the factor premium because of their asset allocation behavior, such as attempting to time across factors.
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