New Oppenheimer US Revenue Model Portfolio Now on the DWA Research Platform

We are excited to announce the launch of our newest ETF Model, the Oppenheimer US Revenue Model. The Oppenheimer Report will update on Thursday mornings, prior to market open, and will provide you with commentary on Oppenheimer exchange traded funds, as well as the updates on the Oppenheimer US Revenue Model Portfolio.

The Oppenheimer Revenue ETF suite provides access to a unique set of index-based ETFs that utilize a weighting system that is different from traditional capitalization-weighted strategies. The Oppenheimer Revenue ETFs are "revenue weighted," which means that securities are weighted by their trailing 12-month top-line revenue, rather than their market capitalization, with a 5% maximum portfolio weight for any one issuer. The funds are rebalanced quarterly. Revenue is a metric that provides minimal exposure to accounting manipulations when compared to more popular ways of viewing a company; such as, earnings, book value, or cash flow. The focus is to capture greater exposure to value-oriented stocks, providing greater return the long term .

Model Overview

The Oppenheimer US Revenue Model seeks to provide overweight exposure to the strongest fund within Oppenheimer's inventory of four Revenue ETFs that each provide broad exposure to one of the three capitalization categories, as well as a dividend focused inventory but do so with a weighting scheme based on top line revenue rather than market capitalization. For example, the Oppenheimer Large Cap Revenue ETF RWL provides broad exposure to the S&P 500 universe, but does so by providing greater exposure to lower valuation companies than the market-cap benchmark.

The Model’s inventory consists of the following Funds:

  • The Oppenheimer Large Cap Revenue ETF (RWL)
  • The Oppenheimer Mid Cap Revenue ETF (RWK)
  • The Oppenheimer Small Cap Revenue ETF (RWJ)
  • The Oppenheimer Ultra Dividend Revenue ETF (RDIV)

Why Use the Oppenheimer US Revenue Model?

  • "Play the Piano with Both Hands" - Remember that old adage we like to use often? The Oppenheimer US Revenue Model allows you "play the piano with both hands," as the Model incorporates both fundamentals through the Oppenheimer Revenue Weighting Methodology and then a top-down Dorsey Wright Technical overlay. This way, you are able to play better music by combining the fundamentals with the technicals.
  • Combining Value & Momentum - At Dorsey Wright, we believe momentum can be used as a stand-alone investment strategy; however, combining it with other smart beta factors to which momentum is negatively correlated, such as value, has its advantages. We have referenced this in previous research pieces and blog posts, noting that it allows for a portfolio to capture alpha at different periods of the market cycle, which in turn can reduce both drawdowns and volatility.
  • Complements Traditional Core Size & Style Solutions - Over the years we have seen the demand for core equity solutions increase, and we believe that this Model can help support core equity exposure by providing a momentum tilt to value oriented exposure across large, mid, and small cap US equities.

Learn More

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The relative strength strategy is NOT a guarantee. There may be times where all investments and strategies are unfavorable and depreciate in value. Relative Strength is a measure of price momentum based on historical price activity. Relative Strength is not predictive and there is no assurance that forecasts based on relative strength can be relied upon.

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