The strategy indexes measure different types of investment approaches and aim to help investors realize investment goals. Our strategies include dividend income and market events.
|Ticker Ticker||Name Name||Category Category||Resources Resources|
|DRVIX||VettaFi Defined Risk Volatility Index||Strategy||Methodology|
|EDOGX||S-Network Emerging Sector Dividend Dogs||Strategy||Methodology|
|IDOGX||S-Network International Sector Dividend Dogs||Strategy||Methodology|
|ISWNXT||S-Network International BlackSwan Index||Strategy||Methodology||Fact Sheet|
|QSWNXT||S-Network BlackSwan Tech & Treasury Total Return Index||Strategy||Methodology||Fact Sheet|
|RDOGX||S-Network REIT Dividend Dogs Index||Strategy||Methodology|
|SDOGX||S-Network US Equity Sector Dividend Dog Index||Strategy||Methodology|
|SNDDIX||Snetwork International Durable Dividends Index||Strategy||Methodology|
|SNDDMX||S-Network Durable Dividends US Mid Cap Index||Strategy||Methodology|
|SNDDX||S-Network Durable Dividends US Large Cap Index||Strategy||Methodology|
|SWANXT||S-Network BlackSwan Core Total Return Index||Strategy||Methodology||Fact Sheet|
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Explore our strategy indexes designed for specialized needs.
We've designed our Durable Dividend Indexes to measure the performance of equities with above average dividend yields. Our approach avoids momentum bias and domination by mega-cap stocks, while maintaining high correlation to the relevant benchmarks.
Our Dividend Dog Indexes are designed to measure the performance of large cap equities with above average dividend yields. Unlike other high dividend yield indexes, the our Indexes do not include any qualitative screens, such as dividend growth, dividend consistency and coverage ratio. The indexes are based entirely on dividend yield, making them the only pure play dividend indexes available.
What is a Black Swan event? It's an event that is rare, unpredictable and impactful—and it can be very difficult to attribute to reason. We offer three different indexes designed to protect against these events by allocating the majority of assets to historically low-volatility Treasuries. Remaining assets are used to purchase "in-the-money" calls. The goal is to achieve capital appreciation while minimizing volatility as compared to standard asset-allocated investments.