In practical use, it’s best to think of TRIDENT | AI factor weights similarly to those of smart beta strategies: as a means of enhancing model portfolio construction and raising attention to potentially hazardous exposure arising from individual assets and, in some cases, equities as an entire class.
Suppose two assets have displayed values of +10% and -5%, respectively. This does not necessarily mean TRIDENT | AI expects the first to appreciate by 10% and the later to depreciate by 5%. Rather, this indicates the former having a higher likelihood of upward movement (relative strength), and the latter displaying disproportionate risk, but to a lesser degree.
Although situations allowing for a more tactical use of TRIDENT | AI may occur, the primary focus should be on enhancing risk mitigation/capitalization efforts via focused allocation adjustments without a burdensome disruption to either your mandates or investment thesis.