Past performance does not guarantee future results.
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The process by which securities are selected and assets are allocated within WBI Power Factor SMA strategies, which are aggressive, will typically occur no more frequently than quarterly, which may cause accounts invested at different times during a quarter to reflect implementation of the strategies on a different basis than other accounts managed to the same or a similar strategy. The accounts may invest in and hold securities which are declining in value for an extended period of time, typically without taking a temporary defensive position, as part of the normal operation of the investment strategy.
- P/E – Price to Earnings Ratio: indicates multiple an investor can expect to pay for a share of stocks to receive one dollar of that company’s earnings.
- P/S – Price to Sales: valuation ratio that compares a company’s stock price to its revenue per share.
- ROIC – Return on Invested Capital: performance measure indicating the percentage return that investors in a company earn on invested capital.
- ROA – Return on Assets: indicator of how profitable a company is related to its total assets.
- P/FCF – Price to Free Cash Flow: valuation metric of securities used to compare a company’s per share market price to free cash flow per share.
- ROE – Return on Equity: measures the ability of a firm to generate profits from its shareholders’ investments in the company.
- FCF/Debt – Free Cash Flow to Debt: ratio of a company’s cash flow from operations to its total debt.
- RSI – Relative Strength Index: momentum indicator comparing recent gains and losses in an attempt to determine overbought or oversold opportunity.
- CFYLD – Cash Flow Yield: evaluation ratio of a stock’s operating cash flow per share against its market price per share.
Smart Beta strategies attempt to deliver a better risk and return trade-off than conventional market cap weighted indices by using alternative weighting schemes based on measures such as volatility or dividends.
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