According to a recent report from Lipper, inflows into short selling hedge funds hit record levels during the first quarter of 2007, reaching $215m. This means that short-biased hedge funds now manage $3.1bn in assets.
Despite increasing investor interest in the strategy, however, there is currently little understanding of how it works.
The shorting of a multi-asset book is a complicated business, and there are elements of the process that are key to ensuring success. The ability to move rapid
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