State Street ETF Model Portfolios are brought to you by the creators of the world's first ETFs1. Crafted by experts, each one is designed, built and delivered by our Multi-Asset Class team, the Investment Solutions Group at State Street Global Advisors, offering portfolio solutions that pursue a range of investment outcomes with diversification opportunities across a variety of asset classes and risk profiles.
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Seeks to provide optimal capital efficiency over a long-term horizon. The more conservative model portfolio focuses on capital preservation, with some consideration given to growth of capital. The more aggressive portfolio is predominantly focused on growth of capital. In all instances, the model portfolios are constructed, based on risk tolerance, to aim to achieve diversified market exposure across equity, fixed income and alternative markets.
This model portfolio is designed for growth-oriented investors with a long-term horizon looking to maximize long-term potential for capital appreciation through a globally diversified set of real assets ETFs. The model portfolio features our suite of SPDR ETFs as well as ETFs from third party issuers.
The Real Asset Strategy is expected to perform best during periods of increasing inflation or rising unexpected inflation . The Strategy is meant to be a complement to traditional equity and bond assets, providing further diversification, attractive returns, and a source of income.
The US Equity Sector Rotation Model seeks to generate alpha by tilting among the 11 sectors in the global equity market based on signals constructed from both firm-level and macroeconomic factors. From a broad perspective, our sector process evaluates a set of signals, selected on the basis of their predictive power and identified by extensive and ongoing research, that assess sector prospects from four distinct perspectives. These perspectives can be grouped generally into value, momentum, quality, sentiment, and macroeconomic factors.
The Fixed Income ETF Model Portfolio’s primary objective is to provide income while offering some growth potential over the long term. The portfolio aims to reduce short-term price fluctuations through diversification across a broad range of fixed income exposures. It will invest globally with a focus on Euro bonds.
Asset allocations and characteristics are as of date indicated and shouldn't be relied thereafter.
1ETFs managed by State Street Global Advisors have the oldest inception dates within the US, Hong Kong, Australia, and Singapore. State Street Global Advisors launched the first ETF in the US on January 22, 1993; launched the first ETF in Hong Kong on November 11, 1999; launched the first ETF in Australia on August 24, 2001; and launched the first ETF in Singapore on April 11, 2002.
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Characteristics are as of the date indicated, are subject to change, and should not be relied upon as current thereafter. Model Portfolio Allocations presented above are hypothetical and have been provided for illustrative purposes only. They do not reflect the results of the actual trading of any account or group of accounts and actual results could differ substantially. A model portfolio is an allocation to a list of funds that are group together. Where a model portfolio is offered on an investment platform, investors who select it effectively instruct the platform operator to acquire units in the ETFs that comprise the model portfolio. The model portfolio described above has not yet been implemented by State Street, so the results are hypothetical. The actual results of accounts managed by the Platform or Managed Accounts provider (“Provider”) that receives access to the models may differ substantially from the hypothetical results for a variety of reasons including, but not limited to, the Provider’s decision to exercise its discretion to implement a model in a way that differs from the information provided by State Street. State Street cannot guarantee any payment of dividends, which is subject to the dividend payment policy of the individual issuers of the underlying ETFs and the Provider. Model Portfolio Allocations shown are the “target” asset allocations used in the hypothetical State Street Risk-Based ETF Model Portfolio. The model portfolio “target” allocations will be reviewed every 12 months and reset on the last business day of each quarter, using State Street’s strategic asset allocation process, and will be subject to change with market movements thereafter until the next calendar rebalancing.
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Diversification does not ensure a profit or guarantee against loss.
Bonds generally present less short-term risk and volatility than stocks, but contain interest rate risk (as interest rates raise, bond prices usually fall); issuer default risk; issuer credit risk; liquidity risk; and inflation risk. These effects are usually pronounced for longer-term securities. Any fixed income security sold or redeemed prior to maturity may be subject to a substantial gain or loss.
International Government bonds and corporate bonds generally have more moderate short-term price fluctuations than stocks, but provide lower potential long-term returns
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