Nobel prize-winning
strategies -

free from emotions.

Prof. Eugene Fama
Nobel Prize Winner 2013

Our investment design

Our investment design

French Fama – Drei Faktorenmodell
High-yield
Ginmon’s investment concept uses the three return drivers of the Fama/French 3-factor model. Each portfolio benefits from the systematic yield advantages available in the market.

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French Fama – Drei Faktorenmodell
Counter-cyclical
We invest counter-cyclically – driven by data, not by emotions, you will profit from regular reallocations from investment classes with a high valuation to those with a low valuation.

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French Fama – Drei Faktorenmodell
Globally diversified
Based on cost-efficient ETFs and index funds, you invest in a globally diversified portfolio with an optimum risk-return ratio.

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French Fama – Drei Faktorenmodell

High-yield

antizyklisches Investieren

Counter-cyclical

Moderne Portfoliostrategien

Globally diversified

Ginmon’s investment concept uses the three return drivers of the Fama/French 3-factor model. Each portfolio benefits from the systematic yield advantages available in the market.

We invest counter-cyclically – driven by data, not by emotions, you will profit from regular reallocations from investment classes with a high valuation to those with a low valuation.

Based on cost-efficient ETFs and index funds, you invest in a globally diversified portfolio with an optimum risk-return ratio.

Factor

investing

Return drivers based on leading capital market research

Stock premium

The so-called stock premium is the superior return that investments in the stock market achieve when compared to low-risk investment classes, e.g. short-term German government bonds.

This premium compensates for the higher risks borne by shareholders.

 

Size premium

The size premium is due to the fact that stocks of smaller companies achieve a better long-term performance than those of bigger companies.

The better performance of smaller companies is often considered to be a risk premium: investors will find it harder to access sound public information about these companies.

Value premium

The value premium describes the effect that companies with a high book-to-market ratio (value companies) achieve higher risk-adjusted returns than companies with a low book-to-market ratio (growth companies).

The value premium is often explained by the fact that value companies are independent of economic hype cycles and therefore perform better than growth companies – especially during a recession.

Counter-cyclical investment strategy

Counter-cyclical investment strategy

Improves your return and always ensures optimum risk management.

Improves your return and always ensures optimum risk management.

Markets and investment classes move through different cycles. For optimum returns, our technology reallocates from high- into
low-valued, less risky investment classes at regular intervals.

The term countercycality describes an investment behavior that is contrary to herd mentality.

Instead of increasing shareholdings of specific titles in times of increasing market prices such titles are sold and replaced by titles that are previously fallen in their value.

Simply put: "Buy low, sell high".

The term countercycality describes an investment behavior that is contrary to herd mentality.

Instead of increasing shareholdings of specific titles in times of increasing market prices such titles are sold and replaced by titles that are previously fallen in their value.

Simply put: "Buy low, sell high".

With Ginmon you are a global investor

You are constantly invested in up to 12,000 individual securities from over 100 countries worldwide with Ginmon.

Thus, you don’t depend on the development of individual companies, countries or industries and you can fully benefit from the high long-term returns of capital markets.

With Ginmon you are a global investor

You are constantly invested in up to 12,000 individual securities from over 100 countries worldwide with Ginmon.

Thus, you don’t depend on the development of individual companies, countries or industries and you can fully benefit from the high long-term returns of capital markets.

Investing in all major asset classes

A broad diversification is the key to long-term financial success.

This main building block of modern portfolio theory was developed by Prof. Harry Markowitz with his work in the 1950’s for which he later received the Nobel prize. Since different asset classes evolve independently of each other, investing in a broadly diversified portfolio is usually less risky than investing in single names. Based on these insights we invest in globally diversified portfolios of the four major asset classes equities, fixed income, real estate, and commodities.

Each asset class has a specific role

Several financial science studies have shown that the right asset allocation explains more than 90% of a portfolio’s performance and volatility. Therefore, we only invest in products that provide a significant value added for your portfolio. In this, every building block has its unique role.

By employing size and value ETFs you profit from proven and well documented factor premia. Our equity allocation allows you to participate in the growth of the world economy while corporate and emerging market sovereign bonds provide you with a steady income stream through coupons. To minimise the risk of unexpected inflation shocks we invest in inflation linked sovereign bonds, real estate, and commodities. Furthermore, we add an additional security component to your portfolio by allocating to sovereign bonds as well as gold and silver.

Investing in all major asset classes

A broad diversification is the key to long-term financial success.

This main building block of modern portfolio theory was developed by Prof. Harry Markowitz with his work in the 1950’s for which he later received the Nobel prize. Since different asset classes evolve independently of each other, investing in a broadly diversified portfolio is usually less risky than investing in single names. Based on these insights we invest in globally diversified portfolios of the four major asset classes equities, fixed income, real estate, and commodities.

Each asset class has a specific role

Several financial science studies have shown that the right asset allocation explains more than 90% of a portfolio’s performance and volatility. Therefore, we only invest in products that provide a significant value added for your portfolio. In this, every building block has its unique role.

By employing size and value ETFs you profit from proven and well documented factor premia. Our equity allocation allows you to participate in the growth of the world economy while corporate and emerging market sovereign bonds provide you with a steady income stream through coupons. To minimise the risk of unexpected inflation shocks we invest in inflation linked sovereign bonds, real estate, and commodities. Furthermore, we add an additional security component to your portfolio by allocating to sovereign bonds as well as gold and silver.

Experts in academic theory and practice.

Ginmon’s experts cover all investment areas. You can rely on their longstanding practical and theoretical experience.

From the selection of investment vehicles to the continuous optimization of your portfolio –
with Ginmon you don’t leave anything to chance.

Wissenschaft und Praxis vereint mit erfahrenen Experten
  

 

 

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