The ultimate test of portfolio manager skill is the risk-adjusted return – or 'bang for your buck' – the manager generates. For an individual portfolio, this is straightforward to judge. However, most investors own several different portfolios. This can have profound implications for their approach to volatility management. In this paper, Standard Life Investments looks at ways of managing volatility and demonstrates how the inclusion of a low-volatility growth strategy can provide a superior overall solution.view more white papers
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