Outperform With A Crowded Positions StrategyRupert Hargreaves
If you’ve been keeping an eye on the performance of hedge funds and mutual funds over the past 12 months or so you will have noticed that one of the themes in performance that’s become clear is the underperformance of funds with the highest allocation to crowded positions.
Earlier this week ValueWalk reported on a research note from Bank of America, which showed that the first half of 2016 was the worst first half performance for large-cap active fund managers on record (using data going back to 2003). Just 18% of large-cap funds outperformed the Russell . . .
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