Gedeon added that utilizing a relative strength overlay on powerful single factors drastically improved return and lowered volatility yielding a strong information ratio.

He said this investment thesis also solved the problem of when to be invested and for how long.

As of March 15 there was $2.13 trillion invested in 1869 ETFs. Of that, the largest 100 held 75% of the assets, and of that, 10 held 27% of all ETF assets, according to FactSet.

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