On Wednesday, July 24th, the 47 ETFs related to Multi-Factor All Caps strategy experienced a positive performance of +0.95% on average. Year-to-date, the segment is up by nearly 20%, at +19,48%, and seem attractive to investors, since $558M in new shares were created on the primary market for this segment in 2019. Using a multi-factor strategy means that stocks are not weighted in an index as a function of their market capitalizations, but more on other factors such as volatility, earnings or dividend yield for example. These types of investments strategies are called “Smart Beta” strategies. 47 ETFs are tracking 43 indices on the Multi-Factor All Caps segment, and they gather a total of $11,85Bn of assets under management.