Billion Dollar Utilities Hedge Fund Has Flattish 2018 Amid Volatile MarketsMark Melin
As the stock market stabilizes from one of its wildest 30-day periods during a statistical period of seasonal strength, the noncorrelated investment manager comes into focus. During times of extreme stress, such managers who operate independently of the stock market can be a prized portfolio possession. But will they deliver positive performance during periods of market stress? This question can be answered, in part, with an understanding of the core strategy performance drivers.
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