Over time, we believe that AIS’s global macro strategies will add value to a diversified portfolio. Its global macro strategies offer a platform for nimble, tactical investment management across multiple timeframes. The breadth of the programs’ scope and their flexibility provide opportunities in multiple market environments, including, for example, equity bull and bear markets, times of rising and falling interest rates, and period of increasing and decreasing volatility.
Given the firm's differentiated, fundamentally driven approach, AIS has delivered returns that have historically exhibited low correlations with both traditional investments and other global macro and CTA strategies. There is no guarantee, however, that AIS's programs will continue to exhibit low correlations in the future.
AIS’s investment programs track the macroeconomic and market fundamentals that determine asset market returns over the intermediate to long run, in addition to the technical factors that may cause markets to trade away from the fundamentals over the short term.
By studying these enduring, globally applicable fundamental relationships, AIS’s experienced team and rigorous research process stands ready to uncover profitable opportunities through varied market environments. Having seen these linkages hold over multiple decades, the investment team is confident that taking account of these indicators will provide attractive absolute and risk-adjusted returns into the future.
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