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Magazine articles on active trading strategies, hedge funds, futures, options, and other derivatives.
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Registered Rep.
May 27, 2004
Will Leitch
Anything but Going Long the S&P After suffering through a brutal bear market, investors have been reintroduced to the concept that stocks can go down as well as up. As a result, investment managers have been eager to capitalize on that and to fill a market need: the need to hedge. mark for My Articles 271 similar articles
Financial Advisor
May 2004
Gene Swanzey
Hedge Funds Can Complement Modern Portfolio Theory Active management can result in higher risk-adjusted returns. mark for My Articles 730 similar articles
The Motley Fool
April 16, 2004
Whitney Tilson
Funds' Dirty Little Secrets Discover more ways hedge funds and mutual funds inflate their profits at the expense of investors. mark for My Articles 295 similar articles
Financial Advisor
April 2004
Pauline P. Lam
What You Should Know About Commodity Indexes Direct commodity investment has a place in every investment portfolio. mark for My Articles 568 similar articles
Bank Technology News
April 2004
John Adams
Lending A Hand... To Trading Without One BofA Joins CSFB and Goldman In "Low-Touch" Trading Space Race -- one of the newest frontiers in trading, where thousands of shares of stocks, bonds and other instruments move electronically and a century of Wall Street tradition fades by the day. mark for My Articles 329 similar articles
Wall Street & Technology
March 2, 2004
Jessica Pallay
Creditex Sets Standard in FpML Creditex clients can now get their credit-default-swap broker confirms in Financial products Markup Language. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
The Motley Fool
March 5, 2004
Whitney Tilson
Bullish Options Strategies Whitney Tilson discusses situations in which value investors might want to consider buying call options. I'm generally not a fan of options. In certain situations call options -- used sparingly -- can be a sensible investment. Here are four such situations. mark for My Articles 248 similar articles
The Motley Fool
February 20, 2004
Whitney Tilson
Bearish Options Strategies Whitney Tilson explains why he purchased put options on two tech-heavy indexes. As a general rule, I do not recommend buying options. They're illiquid, the bid-ask spreads are murderous, and it's always dangerous to have time working against you. It's hard enough to be right on the direction of a stock's movement, much less being right on the timing as well. But in the case of long-term puts on the Nasdaq 100 and the Semiconductor Holdrs Trust, the risk-reward equation is simply too attractive. mark for My Articles 990 similar articles
Financial Advisor
February 2004
Evan Simonoff
The Other Side Of Hedge Funds Some advisors are using hedge funds to minimize risk, not boost returns. mark for My Articles 724 similar articles
February 2004
Callahan & Kaza
In Defense of Derivatives Between Enron, WorldCom, and Global Crossing, the controversial financial instruments have gotten a bad rap. Here's the truth. mark for My Articles 409 similar articles
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