JPMorgan: Sector Rotation Could Hurt Some Hedge Funds Even MoreMark Melin
It has been mostly a difficult year for active fund managers, a JPMorgan equity strategy report notes, as even quantitative funds in the equity space are finding challenging market environments. Underneath the market structure is a stock sector rotation cycle in flux, moving from the overvalued and popular names to the undervalued. What has resulted is a largely rotation driven activity in a low volatility environment that might favor core value investors.
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