The Risk On ETFdb Portfolio is now available to ETFdb Pro members with a free seven-day trial of the Pro subscription. This new portfolio, one of more than 45 all-ETF model portfolios available at ETFdb.com, is designed for investors who wish to maximize capital gains by tapping into a several high-risk asset classes that have the potential to generate massive returns in bullish market environments. This portfolio’s high risk/return investment strategy focuses on concentrated exposure to high beta securities from around the globe along with minimal exposure to “safer” fixed income holdings. Moreover, this portfolio also taps into commodities as well as alternatives, staying true to the “risk on” theme [see also How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time with a free ETFdb membership].
The distinguishing feature of the Risk On ETFdb Portfolio is that both its stock and bond components are focused on risky securities from each respective asset class. The equity component is comprised of several ETFs, both domestic and international, which employ strategies that pick the most volatile stocks from their respective indexes. This results in a concentrated portfolio of high-beta securities which are favorably positioned to rake in profits as economic growth expectations spur bullish sentiment in the markets. The fixed income component is focused on “junk” bonds, which serves to bring diversification while at the same time improving overall risk-adjusted returns. We have additionally rounded out exposure to an innovative alternatives ETF which taps into short-term volatility and, as such, has the potential to generate positive returns even when equity markets are seemingly drifting sideways.
The complete Risk On ETFdb Portfolio is available to ETFdb Pro members or with a free seven-day trial to ETFdb Pro. Also check out our Greedy When Others Are Fearful ETFdb Portfolio as well as our Monthly Dividend ETFdb Portfolio.
Included with the ETFdb Pro subscription are more than 45 all-ETF model portfolios, including both retirement-focused and more tactical-themed strategies. To see all that is included, a free sample of the Emerging & Frontier Markets ETFdb Portfolio is available to all ETFdb readers.
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