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ADD ANOTHER LEVEL OF DIVERSIFICATION WITH FACTOR ETFs



 Improve diversification, lower volatility and enhance risk-adjusted returns by systemically screening for factors that have historically outperformed
What is a factor?

A factor is a characteristic that explains the drivers of market return and risk.

Yasmin Dahya, head of US QBS, Advisory and Core Beta team, explains factors and how to think about building a factor based portfolio.

TYPES OF FACTOR ETFs

Single factor

Target specific exposure to factors that have historically outperformed over time – like value, quality and momentum

Multi-factor

Build a stronger core by diversifying across regions, sectors and factors

Fixed Income

Take a factor-based approach to construct a well-diversified, high-quality core fixed income portfolio

“Knowledge is power: Incorporating factor-based strategies into their portfolios, investors can better diversify their risk and return drivers. That can in turn give them a better chance of staying invested and meeting their financial goals.”

Dr. Yazann Romahi   
Chief Investment Officer
Quantitative Beta Strategies

FACTOR ETFs FOR ANY PORTFOLIO NEED

Analyze your factor exposures

With the help of J.P. Morgan’s Portfolio Insights tool, our in-depth analysis identifies any biases for or against certain factors to help you broaden diversification, dampen volatility and strengthen portfolios.

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