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Global Dynamic FX Hedged Model

DWS Global Dynamic FX Hedged Model is designed to identify major performance themes within currency hedged and unhedged securities, have exposure to those controlled by demand, and eliminate exposure to those controlled by supply. The Portfolio attempts to capture the strongest trends and avoid the weakest trends by employing a relative strength-based screening process. The Model invests in five securities in an equal dollar-weighted manner and is evaluated weekly.
The dispersion of returns within the investment inventory creates the opportunity for a relative strength process to identify worthwhile trends to follow, as well as those critical to avoid.

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Global ex-US Dynamic FX Hedged Model

DWS Global ex-US Dynamic FX Hedged Model is designed to identify major performance themes within currency hedged and unhedged securities, have exposure to those controlled by demand, and eliminate exposure to those controlled by supply. The portfolio attempts to capture the strongest trends and avoid the weakest trends by employing a relative strength-based screening process. The Model invests in four securities in an equal dollar-weighted manner and is evaluated weekly.
The dispersion of returns within the investment inventory creates the opportunity for a relative strength process to identify worthwhile trends to follow, as well as those critical to avoid.

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Developed ex-US Dynamic FX Hedged Model

DWS Developed ex-US Dynamic FX Hedged Model is designed to identify major performance themes within currency hedged and unhedged securities, have exposure to those controlled by demand, and eliminate exposure to those controlled by supply. The portfolio attempts to capture the strongest trends and avoid the weakest trends by employing a relative strength-based screening process. The Model invests in three securities in an equal dollar-weighted manner and is evaluated weekly.
The dispersion of returns within the investment inventory creates the opportunity for a relative strength process to identify worthwhile trends to follow, as well as those critical to avoid.

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