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The US Momentum Balanced Index (the “Index”) is a systematic strategy that aims to generate stable, positive performance over the long term through dynamic exposure to US equities, fixed income, and cash.
The Index utilizes a non-discretionary momentum mechanism to adjust exposure between equity and fixed income indices, with 100% exposure in equity when an upward momentum in the S&P 500 is determined, and 100% in bonds when a downward momentum is determined (the “Underlying Allocation”).
If the historical volatility is greater (or less) than 6% the Index decreases (or increases) its exposure to the Underlying Allocation in order to maintain the volatility of the Index as close to 6% as possible.