Tactical investing, also known as tactical asset allocation, appeals to many investors and advisors after decades of market turbulence.

These strategies typically track a quantitative model or trend-following strategy; the goal is to buy undervalued asset classes or market sectors while selling holdings deemed to be overpriced. For such plans, ETFs offer broad exposure to the underlying securities and timely trading.

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