Cutting Edge introduction: Followers of fashion

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Asset price bubbles are often driven by investors on winning streaks that then spectacularly fail in the following bust, known in financial folklore as picking up pennies in front of a steamroller. The track record of such traders looks great – until their gains are wiped out. But the flipside of this – tail risk strategies – can get a bad rap, as the big win that makes up for a long history of small losses may take time to arrive.

Trend-following strategies can sometimes appear this way –

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