I’m confused, I’m not expecting forward predictions per se, but if a fund has a history of not being correlated, especially during downturns, then I’d be fine with those numbers going into the future. Just looking for a fund that doesn’t set me back two years every time the index crashes. A strategy that minimizes drawdown exposure as it occurs for example would be enough.
Are the funds y’all work for down just as much as the market is when it crashes? I just want some actual risk management and quant funds are supposed to be superior to fundamental funds in that way.