Not All Volatility is Bad

Volatility used correctly in a portfolio can offer a hedge and and edge when time get rough

Agile Volatility Indexes

Agile Volatility Approach is an un-levered quantitative method that is derived from the implied volatility in the market to manage risk. The index can be long or short volatility at any given time.

Agile Volatility Approach is a quantitative method to work off the implied volatility in the market to manage risk. The index uses 2x long and inverse volatility ETFs. Leveraged (2x) Broad Market equity ETFs are used to gauge general market direction and 2x bond ETFs are allocated as a hedging mechanism within the index.

Agile Volatility Approach is a quantitative method to work off the implied volatility in the market to manage risk. The index uses 3x long and inverse volatility ETFs. Leveraged (3x) Broad Market equity ETFs are used to gauge general market direction and 3x bond ETFs are allocated as a hedging mechanism within the index.

Agile Dynamic Volatility Index

Agile Volatility Approach is a quantitative method to work off the implied volatility in the market to manage risk. The index dynamically allocates based on current market factors using a combination of 1x (unleveraged), 3x long and volatility based ETFs such as VXX and UVXY.  Broad Market equity ETFs are used to gauge general market direction and bond ETFs are allocated as a hedging mechanism within the index.  As the overall strength in a respective asset class increases the index will dynamically more from unleveraged to leveraged directional ETFs and hedged with various allocations to bond and volatility ETFs to lower the volatility within the portfolio volatility.

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