Defensive Utilities (PFC)

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Performance
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Model (%) 763416177818-21123-517
Benchmark (%) 2-382313-0133011-11019-615
Excess (%) 54410417-6-226-11422

Risk Measurements Since Inception Trailing 3 Year
  Model S&P 500 ($SP500)   Model S&P 500 ($SP500)
Total Return 321.32% 99.78%   39.54% 32.62%
Annualized Return 12.73% 5.93%   11.75% 9.87%
Max Drawdown -12.56% -56.78%   -9.29% -19.78%
Standard Deviation 10.29% 15.06%   10.99% 12.25%
Sharpe Ratio 1.16 0.43   0.94 0.83
Sortino Ratio 1.60 0.55   1.39 1.03
Correlation with S&P 500 ($SP500) 0.51 -   0.48 -
R-Squared 0.26 -   0.23 -
Beta 0.35 -   0.43 -
Alpha (annualized) 10.15% -   6.19% -

Utilities are known for the defensive earnings regardless of market cycle. But simply holding utility companies and collecting a 4 - 5% yield is not your best strategy. What about preservation of cash when utility share prices fall in bear markets if fundamentals are eroded for some reason? Wouldn't it be better if a portfolio knew how to progressively sell off holdings when specific firms were weakening fundamentally? As well, certain utilities do better in bull markets and others hold up better in bear markets. In addition to income, capital growth should also be a major factor. This defensive utilities portfolio controls for all of the above.

Key Stats
Annualized Return (CAGR) 12.73%
Alpha 10.15%
Rebalance Frequency Every Week
Last Rebalance 08/12/19
% Cash Invested 60.49%

Trading Stats
Average Days Held 105
Average Annual Turnover 237.39 %
Average Return 2.35%
Average Return Winners 9.05%
Average Return Losers -5.82%
Winners 57.81%