Joining forces in the silly season

Oh happy days ' the silly season has thrown up the least likely pairing in the editorial world. The US's mighty Forbes magazine and the UK's most powerful tabloid, The Sun, have shown a united front and the subject that has brought them together? Hedge funds.

Of the two pieces, The Sun's manages to be the least daft, with Ian King explaining pithily how shorting works and how a Sun reader could invest £10,000 and lose some or all of it. Forbes runs with a much wilder line: 'These days you don't

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