As we say that the unique edge we offer is measurable here we provide evidence about the fact that stocks rated A and B on average outperform those with C and D rating.
Every month we publish in this section reports and statistics that document results at the end of each month.
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Below are examples of the Trendrating model and methodology applied to different equity markets. The strategies are live since January 2015. Results since then are actual and are documented by the monthly update. This is designed to provide asset managers with a transparent manner to track the effectiveness of the Trendrating model.
The Trendrating 25 and Trendrating 50 strategies are highly aggressive and volatile by design. The selection of stocks is based on Trendrating proprietary model, but there is a preference for lower market cap stocks. This is an example of combining our Trend-Capture Metrics starting from a “size factor” investment approach. The exposure to stocks is re-adjusted at the end of every month.
Trendrating methodology can be used as an overlay to any investment approach, either based on a factor or purely discretionary with the goal of maximizing the exposure to the winners and avoid a large part of the losers.
|United States Technology||Alpha – 50||Alpha – 25|
|United States Large Cap||Alpha – 50||Alpha – 25|
|United Kingdom||Alpha – 50||Alpha – 25|
|Eurozone||Alpha – 50||Alpha – 25|
|Germany||Alpha – 50||Alpha – 25|
|France||Alpha – 50||Alpha – 25|
|Italy||Alpha – 50||Alpha – 25|
|Japan||Alpha – 50||Alpha – 25|
|Hong Kong||Alpha – 50||Alpha – 25|
Here we want to document on a systematic basis the accuracy of our rating methodology across the board and measure the outperformance of securities rated A and B vs those rated C and D. We publish every month reports to prove this point.
See our white papers that explains our methodology and the benefits for active managers.