"I need stable returns with
lower volatility"
Volatile markets rattle even the most seasoned investor. First Asset offers low-volatility ETFs that aim to deliver better risk adjusted returns and lower historical return variance than the broad market.
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POWERFUL METHODOLOGY

MSCI Risk Weighted Indices have historically produced lower volatility and outperformed their parent indices.¹

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DOWNSIDE PROTECTION

Invest in stocks that have historically demonstrated significant downside protection.

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LOW VOLATILITY

Stocks with lower historical return variance are given higher weighting in the MSCI Index.



MITIGATE RISK WITHOUT SACRIFICING RETURNS

While markets have generally enjoyed a strong bull run since the Financial Crisis, 2008 really emphasized the need for more risk management within investment portfolios. First Asset offers a number of factor based ETFs designed to lower volatility while still delivering better returns than broad markets by aiming to replicate MSCI′s suite of Risk Weighted Indices.

FIRST ASSET LOW VOLATILITY SOLUTIONS

TICKER ETF
RWC First Asset MSCI Canada Low Risk Weighted ETF
RWE First Asset MSCI Europe Low Risk Weighted ETF (CAD Hedged)
RWU First Asset MSCI USA Low Risk Weighted ETF (CAD Hedged)
RWW First Asset MSCI World Low Risk Weighted ETF (CAD Hedged)

¹ Please click the above links for more information on the historical performance and risk metrics on each of the MSCI Risk Weighted Indices tracked by First Asset ETFs.

Low Volatility Solutions:
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MSCI is a leader in the creation of factor indexes. The MSCI Risk Weighted Indices use a straight-forward, effective and transparent process that reweights all the constituents of a cap weighted MSCI parent index so that stocks with lower historical return variance are given higher index weights.


Advisors: Contact a member of our Sales Team at 416.642.1289 / 1.877.642.1289 , or send us an email at info@firstasset.com
Investors: Contact your financial advisor and ask about First Asset ETFs