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The SGI US Strong vs Weak Balance Sheet Index aims to provide a hypothetical exposure to comparative performance of a synthetic long position on the MSCI USA Select Strong Balance Sheet Index against the performance of a synthetic short position on the SGI Futures Series - US Small Cap Equity Index (SGIXRTY1).
The Index is composed of a long position in the Select Strong Balance Sheet Index, hedged with a short position in the SGI Futures Series - US Small Cap Equity Index (SGIXRTY1). The Index aims use the short exposure as a beta hedge of the long exposure.
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