Leverage plus mayhem - a touch of midsummer madness or a midsummer market's dream?


"In finance, leverage (or gearing) is using given resources in such a way that the potential positive or negative outcome is magnified. It generally refers to using borrowed funds or debt, so as to attempt to increase the returns to equity."

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Never before have hedge fund investors had such cause to focus on the leverage embedded in the strategies they follow.

Leverage levels have of course always been a key due diligence criterion in the investment process, but the

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