The underlying instrument is the Invesco QQQ Trust,
one of the best established and typically one of the most actively traded ETFs in the world with an AUM of USD 124 billion. QQQ tracks a modified-market-cap-weighted index of 100 NASDAQ-listed stocks.
The SmartB algorithmic formula tracks the Invesco QQQ’s price movement and either enters or stays in a long position when the positive strength is sufficient, or liquidates to cash whenever a negative or unstable ground is developing.
The Solactive SmartB 100 Index has greatly outperformed the QQQ and the Nasdaq 100 Index for the last 10 years. By identifying a correction and getting back in the market at the right moment, any loses are less than the QQQ's.
The Index strategy is based on a Smart B Algorithm provided by Azzilon Systems It is set to liquidate long positions of the underlying instrument when the price movement reaches a certain degree of negative changes. It will stay in cash until price movement is back to positive at which point it re-enters a long position.
The Solactive SmartB 100 is an actively and systematically managed exposure to a passive investment, Invesco QQQ. Exposure varies from 125%when the SmartB algorithm indicates a positive trend to 0% when it indicates a riskier period.
The concept behind the Solactive SmartB 100 is more “risk management” as opposed to “investment management”. The underlying instrument, the QQQ, is designed to take care of its own risk management and performance with built in safety device which triggers an exit order when the market’s instability is growing.
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