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The SGI Short Term Equity Puts Index is a short vol strategy designed to benefit from the difference in the Implied and Realized vol levels on SPX listed options through a systematic short put selling program.
The implementation of the strategy contains 5 steps:
1) On a daily basis, the Strategy takes a short position in the S&P 500 puts with the first, second and third listed maturity. In order to follow the liquidity distribution of short-term puts and to scale our market exposure to the prevailing volatility-regime, we turn to the levels of VIX as an indicator of the S&P price movements’ volatility.
2) Each day, we convert the current annualized VIX implied vol level to account for our options’ maturity in order to obtain the magnitude of the implied spot move over the options’ lifetime.
3) Adjusting this volatility by a scaling factor then determines the option’s sensitivity to market-drawdowns depending on the volatility regime – this way, options are struck more OTM/ATM when volatility is elevated/bottomed.
4) From the above, we then obtain the target strike-moneyness.
5) Finally, in order to smooth execution of the replication, as well as to limit the market impact in terms of ADV, we dynamically allocate the notional for each maturity over a wider range of strikes, yet guaranteeing the TWAP bid-price (1st limit) of a single strike.
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