“The strategy will evolve over time, Hull says. In November, the ETF tweaked its strategy to incorporate predictions of one-day stock price moves; in its current configuration, positions are based on one-day and six-month forecasts,” according to Barron’s.
HTUS was designed to generate hedge fund-esque management and trading tactics as the managers will utilize advanced algorithms, along with marco and technical indicators, to anticipate future market returns. The active ETF will try to perform under all market conditions, selecting indicators that Hull Tactical Asset Allocation believes can best predict the next six months of return in the S&P 500, according to a press release.
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