Smart beta

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"The return delivered by the market overall is known as 'beta'.
Smart beta refers to the supposedly superior returns that can be extracted using particular, usually algorithmically driven, passive strategies.
... in the round, it seems unlikely that these relatively new forms of investment are going to prove any better at beating the market than the older ones."
The Treasurer magazine, April 2017, p13 - Jeremy Warner, assistant editor of The Daily Telegraph.

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