AlphaFactor® Tactical International Index Strategy


The Redwood AlphaFactor® Tactical International Index Strategy utilizes a quantitative, factor-based, investment methodology focused on large and middle capitalization common stocks of both developed and emerging markets outside of the United States. Stocks selection is based on a number of characteristics that include, but are not limited to, net share count reduction, free cash flow growth, dividend yield, volatility and debt/asset ratios. The strategy also employs a multi-factor tactical risk management overlay that seeks to identify periods of above-average risk and at times, may exit positions in equity securities and become comprised primarily of money market or short-term government bond exposure.

Performance obtained on the AlphaFactor® Tactical International Index Strategy, unless stated otherwise relates to the AlphaFactor® Tactical International Index. An investor can not invest directly in an index. If you have any questions, please contact us at All materials are for informational purposes only and contain opinions of Redwood, which should not be construed as facts. Unless stated otherwise, none of the materials constitute an offer, nor a solicitation of an offer to invest in any of Redwood’s products, and otherwise affiliated funds. Proceeding to access any information contained herein, users are deemed to be representing to be allowed to do so by applicable laws, regulations, and approval by Redwood having obtained a username and password. There can be no guarantee that any strategy described will achieve its objective. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. There is risk involved when investing in securities, which can include loss of principal. For more disclosures regarding the available materials, please read carefully the disclosures provided within each document as well as additional disclosures found below.

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