Global X Adaptive U.S. Factor ETF company info

What does Global X Adaptive U.S. Factor ETF do?
Global X Adaptive U.S. Factor ETF (NYSEARCA:AUSF) specializes in a dynamic investment approach, focusing on maximizing returns from the U.S stock market by adapting to prevailing economic conditions. It employs a strategic blend of investment factors, aiming to optimize portfolio exposure based on market trends and economic indicators. The ETF's objectives are designed to offer investors diversified exposure to U.S equities, seeking to outperform traditional market-cap-weighted indexes through a rigorous adaptive investment strategy. By adjusting its factor allocations, the ETF strives to capture growth in various economic environments, making it a flexible option for those looking to navigate the complexities of the U.S stock market.
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Is Global X Adaptive U.S. Factor ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Global X Adaptive U.S. Factor ETF employ?

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Employees
211

What sector is Global X Adaptive U.S. Factor ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Global X Adaptive U.S. Factor ETF?

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Head Office
New York, United States

What year was Global X Adaptive U.S. Factor ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2018
What does Global X Adaptive U.S. Factor ETF specialise in?
/Investment Management /Factor ETF /US Stocks /Risk Management /Portfolio Diversification /Adaptive Strategy

What are the products and/or services of Global X Adaptive U.S. Factor ETF?

Overview of Global X Adaptive U.S. Factor ETF offerings
Multi-Factor Exposure: AUSF seeks to outperform traditional market cap-weighted indexes by employing a strategy that allocates across three factors: minimum volatility, value, and momentum.
Dynamic Investment Strategy: The fund's allocation to these factors is dynamic, meaning it adjusts based on market conditions, aiming to capture potential advantages of each factor at different times.
Reduced Downside Risk: The focus on minimum volatility aims to potentially mitigate downside risk by incorporating less volatile stocks into the fund.
Potential for Alpha Generation: By combining value and momentum factors, AUSF seeks to not only track the market but potentially outperform it by identifying undervalued or strong momentum stocks.
Exposure to U.S. Equities: The underlying holdings consist of U.S. stocks, providing investors with a stake in the American equities market.
Exchange-Traded Convenience: AUSF trades on a stock exchange, offering investors easy purchase and sale options with potentially higher liquidity compared to directly investing in individual stocks.