Searching for True Absolute-Return Performance Through Arbitrage

Sogoloff, Dimitri
January 2002
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan2002, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p64
Academic Journal
Focuses on the search of arbitrage for true absolute-return performance to meet the United States investor objectives. Correlation of hedge fund performance with equity markets; Failure of portfolio funds to provide stability to investors; Discussion on convertible arbitrage; Types of arbitrage.


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