5 edition of Market neutral found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Jess Lederman and Robert A. Klein.|
|Series||The Irwin asset allocation series for institutional investors|
|Contributions||Lederman, Jess., Klein, Robert A. 1953-|
|LC Classifications||HG6015 .M25 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||96000487|
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A portfolio is truly market-neutral if it exhibits zero correlation with the unwanted source of risk. Market neutrality is an ideal, which is seldom possible in practice.
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your beta exposure is 0). At the core, market-neutral strategies focus on making concentrated bets, usually based on a perceived pricing asymmetry, while limiting general market exposure through a combination of long and short positions.
The ultimate goal is to achieve a beta as close to. The market-neutral index delivered % annualized returns sincecompared with % for the S&P Index and % for the Barclays Capital US Aggregate Bond Index (Display3). The market-neutral index was also less volatile and produced a better risk/reward ratio.
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The book draws on the wisdom and experience of professional practitioners to describe the types of market neutral strategies in use today. These include market neutral equity, convertible arbitrage, merger arbitrage, government fixed-income arbitrage, and mortgage arbitrage.
An investment is market-neutral if it seeks to avoid exposure to market risk, typically by hedging. It can use various techniques, like statistical arbitrage in pairs trading, options in delta. Equity Market Neutral is nonsense--why pay layer upon layer of fees in having multiple hedges in a portfolio— ending up with no return.
Sometimes the. Market-neutral funds are designed to provide returns that are unrelated to those of the overall stock market.
The addition of these funds to an investor's portfolio has the potential to boost.