Tactical Allocation is an active investment approach that looks to most favorably position a portfolio in the current market environment. Unlike strategic allocation, which refers to a mix of assets with targeted long-term weights, tactical allocation is more fluid, and looks to capitalize on market inefficiencies by changing its exposure on a short to intermediate-term basis.
Tactical allocation can take place on the portfolio level, meaning a shift in allocations across different assets; or it can take place on the asset class level, meaning a shift in allocations across different securities, whether its stocks from a specific sector or debt from only certain types of issuers. These types of ETFs can be appealing because they simplify the active management process for the end investor. Simply put, tactical allocation ETFs time the market so you don’t have to.
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As of 11/24/20