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The SGI Dynamic Oil Hybrid Index aims to provide a dynamic exposure to the performance of Crude Oil by switching between oil related equities and oil futures depending on the Crude Oil futures term structure.
The Index is composed of a basket of indices representing oil related equities (the “Equity Component”) and oil futures (the “Commodity Component”), where the weights are determined on a daily basis according to the prevailing term structure of WTI Crude Oil future price curve. If the term structure of the Crude Oil futures curve on a day is in contango, 20% of the exposure is switched to the Equity Component and if the curve is in Backwardation, 20% of the exposure is switched to Commodity Component. Consequently, five continuous days of term structure in contango will result in 100% Exposure to the Equity Component, and similarly, five continuous days of term structure in backwardation will result in 100% Exposure to the Commodity Component.