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This Is ‘Atypical’: Hedge Funds Ride Out Correction By Sticking With Most Crowded Positions

Well in a testament to the relative merits of doing the opposite of what David has been doing by simply riding the wave in the bubble stocks (with leverage) at a time when nothing makes any sense...

Well in a testament to the relative merits of doing the opposite of what David has been doing by simply riding the wave in the bubble stocks (with leverage) at a time when nothing makes any sense...
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1 comment on “This Is ‘Atypical’: Hedge Funds Ride Out Correction By Sticking With Most Crowded Positions

  1. Could hedge funds have realized the power of the corporate buyback bid? Sticking with the companies with the larger buyback purses? I don’t know enough to answer that question, but it could explain their “atypical” behavior, given the importance of the corporate bid (which is different this cycle).

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