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Podcast: Why a Low Volatility” Strategy Works Over Time

Nov. 1, 2021

Protecting your portfolios is important – but so is capturing growth. When markets enter a volatile period, how should investors balance the risk-reward tradeoff? In this episode, Danielle Neziol and Chris Heakes discuss an innovative factor-based strategy known as Low Volatility that only invests in companies with low beta values. Listen in as our experts look under the hood of BMO’s custom suite of low volatility ETFs, and see which investment product is right for you.

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Danielle Neziol is a Product Specialist at BMO Global Asset Management. She is joined on the podcast by Chris Heakes, ETF Strategist and Portfolio Manager, BMO Global Asset Management. 

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