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The main objective of the SGI VI Beta Index is to provide investors with an efficient instrument for equity hedging strategies, by taking an enhanced long exposure to the implied volatility of the S&P 500 Index through VIX futures, while mitigating the typical cost of carrying this position.
The SGI VI Beta Index goes long VIX Futures according to an optimised roll strategy, which aims at exploiting the steepness of the forward curve of the VIX Index. It also applies a dynamic exposure algorithm in order to fully capture the short-term rise in the volatility of the S&P 500 Index and to mitigate the cost of carry in periods of market stability.