Absolutely fabulous

Cukic-Munro, Ana
April 2006
Money Marketing;4/20/2006, p22
The article focuses on traditional options available that multi-managers can use to achieve a positive absolute return in Great Britain. Traditionally, there has been an almost exclusive reliance on equity markets to generate return. However, their excessive concentration of risk introduces undue volatility and downside potential.


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