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Magazine articles on active trading strategies, hedge funds, futures, options, and other derivatives.
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Financial Planning
December 1, 2005
Donald Jay Korn
Hot Commodities Real assets are on a tear. Better yet, they offer great diversification and a hedge against inflation. The current trend probably has room to run, and there are other very real reasons to allocate a regular portion of clients' portfolios to commodities. mark for My Articles 810 similar articles
Financial Planning
December 1, 2005
Marshall Eckblad
Hedge Funds Behind the Curtain New research shows the theoretical underpinning of a potential future line of mutual funds that will offer various hedge fund strategies to average investors. mark for My Articles 407 similar articles
Investment Advisor
December 2005
Savita Iyer
Transatlantic Teachers Hedge funds are big news in the U.S., but old news in Europe. What can we learn from Europe's approach to hedge funds? mark for My Articles 656 similar articles
Investment Advisor
December 2005
Jeff Joseph
Hedgeworld Hedge Fund Focus: The Third Source of Returns The role of beta in hedge fund returns provides investors with new and interesting opportunities, particularly in light of the prevailing wisdom that fuels the drive toward alpha-beta separation and risk-budgeting allocation methodologies. mark for My Articles 390 similar articles
Wall Street & Technology
November 18, 2005
Paul Allen
Credit Derivatives Fears The credit derivatives market continues to soar, up nearly 48% in the first six months of the year and 128% over 2004. But such front-office trading success has its back-office price, along with the potential to cause the market to implode. mark for My Articles 39 similar articles
November 28, 2005
Adrienne Carter
The Agony Of The Options Using options can be hazardous to your portfolio's health if you don't know what you're doing. These days, you can get educated dozens of ways, from books and Web sites to classes and personal tutoring. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
The Motley Fool
November 16, 2005
Tom Taulli
Soros Doubles Down on Tech Even at 75, legendary hedge fund manager George Soros shows no signs of getting conservative with his finances. The old-fashioned principles of diversification and asset allocation are still smart moves for individual investors. Keep that in mind as you build and maintain your portfolio. mark for My Articles 169 similar articles
The Motley Fool
November 15, 2005
Hedge Funds, Explained While the word "hedge" might conjure up images of investors cautiously hedging their bets, hedge funds are often extra-risky, extra-volatile investment vehicles that demand huge up-front investments, sometimes in the millions. mark for My Articles 585 similar articles
November 21, 2005
Anne Tergesen
Hedge Fund Sleuths For sizable fees, hedge fund sleuths put secretive investment partnerships under a microscope. mark for My Articles 272 similar articles
The Motley Fool
November 9, 2005
Chuck Saletta
Cover Your Assets The key point for building a successful value portfolio is determining how to reduce your risk without reducing your expected return along the way. Commission-hungry brokers often sell a strategy known as portfolio insurance, the purchase of derivative securities called "put options," to reduce an investor's risk of loss. mark for My Articles 739 similar articles
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