Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
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- FAQ Dynamic allocation
- FAQ ETF module
- FAQ Model portfolios
- FAQ Optimizer
- FAQ Risk indicator
- FAQ Savings simulator
- FAQ Stochastic simulations
- FAQ Strategic allocation
Frequently asked questions
How does Active Asset Allocation adapt its services to the client?
How to invest in a DARM strategy?
How does the DARM strategy control the drawdown risk?
On which time horizon can I optimize my strategic allocation?
How to use the leading risk indicator?
What is an ETF?
How can I use these optimizers?
Private: What is an AAA model portfolio?
Private: What are the advantages of the AAA consultancy report
What management methods can I simulate?
What asset classes are covered?
If Active Asset Allocation advises asset allocation, what is my role as an Asset Manager?
What asset classes can I include in my portfolio?
Why choose ETF-driven management?
How do I know which optimizer to use?
What kind of assets can I simulate?
How can I use the simulations?
If rebalancing happens on a regular basis, do you monitor the fund’s performance in between?
How do you validate the robustness of a DARM strategy?
How are ETF providers selected?
What Artificial Intelligence technique is used in the optimizer?
How can I integrate the simulator into my systems?
Can I incorporate my long-term performance projections into it?
Why does Active Asset Allocation recommend monthly rebalancing?
Can I learn more about the DARM strategy?
How many asset classes can the model integrate?
What are the advantages of ETFs?
Do I have to use the AAA optimizer?
Can I have a simulator with the colors of my company?
How far can the simulations go?
If rebalancing is too frequent, won’t transaction costs negatively impact the performance?
How to access the list of your ETFs?
How are the simulations generated?
What is the granularity of the simulations?
With its pro-cyclical nature, my portfolio might still be invested in the underperforming assets at the start of a downturn period or hardly exposed when the market bounces back…
How frequent can I rebalance my portfolio using this strategy?
Does the simulator handle currencies other than the euro?
The more volatile the risky asset, the more frequent the reallocation?
How can I follow my strategy once in production?
Can I save a simulation and come back to it later?
You propose DARM and DALM, what is the difference between these two solutions?
Where does the multiplier m come from?
Based on your models, if the floor is reached, won’t my portfolio completely move into the Core and indefinitely stick to it, like in CPPI?
Do you bet on the future return of assets?