Relative Sentiment ETFs

Relative sentiment is a factor that measures the differences in positioning, flows, and attitudes between institutional and individual investors. The rationale behind relative sentiment is that an increasing volume of literature shows institutions tend to have better financial market outcomes than individuals–a dynamic likely driven by the persistent structural advantages institutions possess. 

At Relative Sentiment Technologies, we seek capital appreciation by dynamically adjusting our allocations based on the degree to which institutional investors are more or less bullish on a given asset class relative to retail investors–taking more exposure when institutions increase their relative bullishness, and less otherwise.


Relative Sentiment Technologies, LLC, focuses on the research, development, and management of systematic relative sentiment-based asset allocation strategies, both tactical and strategic. We provide our services via our MOOD ETF and through outsourced-CIO relationships with registered investment advisors.


Relative Sentiment Tactical Allocation ETF

The Relative Sentiment Tactical Allocation ETF seeks to achieve capital appreciation by dynamically allocating to equities, bonds, and gold using an ensemble of relative sentiment indicators.

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