Is Soros Recently Revealed S&P 500 Put A Bad Sign?Mark Melin
George Soros nearly doubled his downside protection, increasing S&P 500 (.INX) put protection in the portfolio by 154% in the fourth quarter, owning $1.3 billion worth of stock market insurance, up from $470 million, according to Friday’s 13F filings. A put option would rise in value if the S&P 500 (.INX) were to fall in price. The S&P dropped from an all-time high at 1850 down . . .
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