Morgan Stanley Asks Can Fund Performance Be A Contrarian Indicator? – ValueWalk Premium
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Morgan Stanley Asks Can Fund Performance Be A Contrarian Indicator?

Looking for an “anti-consensus” indicator to help determine potential turning points in market environments, a research note from Morgan Stanley notes that being a contrarian might not be profitable during periods of continually rising stock prices but can be very helpful towards identifying meaningful turning points.


Morgan Stanley: Using contrarian indicator to measure fund performance
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