Updated: Nov 8
Are you seeking a smart investment strategy that offers the potential for growth and a reliable income stream? Look no further than the Power Factor All Cap Rising Dividend SMA by WBI. This innovative approach is designed to harness the power of rising dividends while optimizing long-term performance.
A Focus on Rising Dividends
The Power Factor All Cap Rising Dividend SMA prioritizes companies with a consistent history of increasing dividend payouts. By investing in dividend-growth leaders such as Eagle Materials Inc, NXP Semiconductors NV and PACCAR Inc, the strategy aims to unlock the dual benefits of steady income and potential capital appreciation. The strategy received an overall 5-Star Morningstar RatingTM as of September 30, 2023 based on risk-adjusted returns out of 362 SMAs in the Tactical Allocation Morningstar category. The Power Factor All Cap Rising Dividend SMA strives for a harmonious balance between growth potential and income generation, making it a compelling choice for investors seeking potential for both long-term appreciation and a sustainable income course.
Data Driven Approach
Powered by advanced technology, the strategy uses quantitative analysis and multi-factor evaluation to identify undervalued stocks with strong fundamentals. We believe the result is a well-balanced portfolio with attractive sales dynamics (P/S Ratio = 3.26), high free cash flow (P/FCF = 16.99), and low P/E multiples (17.91).
The Rising Dividend SMA has demonstrated steady growth and income to investors. Year-to-date, the strategy has achieved a remarkable return of 13.91% net of fees*, showcasing its ability to thrive even in dynamic market conditions. The strategy achieved strong trailing returns of 14.19% over one-year and 11.18% annualized over three-years, performing competitively to the S&P 500 at 18.73% and 10.52% respectively. The Rising Dividend SMA also gained 7.32% since its inception in April 2019 (compared with 12.21% for the S&P 500 in the same timeframe), which demonstrates the strategy’s design to navigate market fluctuations while aiming for consistent growth.
Notably, the SMA’s performance stands out with a lower max drawdown of -17.63% over a three-year period, compared to the S&P 500’s max drawdown of -23.87% over the same period, highlighting the strategy’s ability to navigate volatile market conditions and manage risk effectively. Moreover, the SMA’s focus on rising dividends has resulted in a competitive trailing 12-month dividend yield of 2.53%, supporting the strategy’s goal for a reliable stream of income.
Emotion Free Investing
The Rising Dividend SMA is managed systematically by our proprietary investment technology. Investment decisions are driven by data, not emotion. Quarterly rebalancing maintains a value bias and focus on quality companies, further optimizing the portfolio.
Embrace the Power Factor All Cap Rising Dividend SMA for a comprehensive investment journey that combines steady income, potential capital appreciation, and disciplined portfolio management. Discover the confidence it can bring to your financial future.
To learn more about WBI Investments and the Power Factor All Cap Rising Dividend SMA, visit https://www.wbiinvestments.com/rising-dividend.
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All performance and portfolio statistics are as of August 31, 2023 unless otherwise noted.
Stats shown are a snapshot of the portfolio as of this date, and are subject to change.
*WBI performance shown is net composite performance, net of WBI’s maximum investment management fees. See additional disclosures on the strategy’s fact sheet.
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