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Momentum was first identified in 1997 by Mark Cahart as a factor to explain stock market returns beyond the well-known Fama French model. Since then, it has been used in various investment strategies to screen stocks that have done well over the past period, with the belief that the trend will continue in the near future. And the past has shown that in times of a market rally, momentum stocks can typically be better positioned to lead the market. [2] This motif provides exposure to companies whose stock prices have risen the most over the past six months, on a risk-adjusted basis. See more
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With this Motif, you can buy the following basket of stocks for just $9.95:
Weight Segment & Stocks Symbol 1 MO / 1 YR Return
26.1% Information Technology 132.4%
7.5% Cognex Corporation CGNX 115.4%
7.4% Brooks Automation Inc. BRKS 118.2%
5.6% Coherent Inc. COHR 121.0%
5.6% STMicroelectronics NV STM 185.6%
24.6% Financials 60.7%
8.2% National Western Life Group Inc NWLI 35.7%
6.5% Evercore Partners Inc Class A EVR 56.1%
6.1% Bank of America Corp BAC 71.2%
3.7% Texas Capital Bancshares Inc. TCBI 106.6%
15.2% Industrials 90.6%
9.2% CSX Corporation CSX 80.2%
6.0% Mercury Systems Inc MRCY 106.5%
14.8% Health Care 85.5%
5.4% Incyte Corporation INCY 99.2%
3.9% Portola Pharmaceuticals Inc. PTLA 88.6%
3.0% Corcept Therapeutics Incorporated CORT 132.9%
2.4% Ionis Pharmaceuticals Inc. IONS 8.9%
7.2% Consumer Discretionary 207.0%
5.0% NutriSystem Inc NTRI 188.8%
2.1% SodaStream International Ltd. SODA 249.6%
5.3% Real Estate 53.2%
5.3% Geo Group Inc (The) REIT GEO 53.2%
5.0% Materials 154.4%
2.6% United States Steel Corporation X 117.4%
2.4% Tronox Limited Class A $0.01 par TROX 194.4%
1.9% Energy 16.4%
1.9% CVR Energy, Inc. CVI 16.4%

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