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Factor Investing

Australian Equities: Factoring in Alpha

Research shows that certain types of stocks - quality, momentum and value among others - historically have outperformed the broad global equity market over the long-term. But does the same apply to a concentrated market like Australia?

Download our latest whitepaper Australian Equities: Factoring in Alpha, which explores the efficacy of factor investing in the S&P/ASX 300.

This in-depth research paper explains:

  • How systematic equity strategies can work effectively in the S&P/ASX 300 universe.
  • Ways to achieve more efficient risk-adjusted returns.
  • How factor-based strategies must adjust for the Australian equity market structure.

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