Minimum Volatility is an investment strategy that aims to achieve lower volatility and reduced risk in a portfolio compared to a benchmark, such as the broader stock market, while still achieving reasonable returns. This is achieved by selecting stocks or other securities that have lower historical price volatility and beta, and by diversifying across industries, sectors, and geographies. Minimum volatility portfolios are typically constructed with a combination of risk management techniques and optimization algorithms. They may appeal to investors who are seeking to reduce the overall risk in their portfolios, especially during periods of market uncertainty or instability. However, as with any investment strategy, minimum volatility carries its own set of risks and may not be suitable for all investors.