- Investors are increasingly turning to hedged equity solutions to remain fully invested in today’s stock market with the confidence that unexpected drawdowns will not derail long-term objectives
- Different approaches to hedging can lead to different expectations and experiences
- Limiting upside participation can have a meaningful impact on long-term returns
- Understanding differences between static hedging and dynamic hedging strategies will help investors properly set expectations
- Hedging costs should be understood upfront in order to select the strategy that best fits each investor
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