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Plenum Power Fund (EUR)

Wednesday, May 30, 2007
The fund invests and trades in energy-related instruments offered by the Nord Pool ASA (the Nordic Power Exchange)..

A SQUARE :: 30May07 Plenum Power Fund (EUR)
Category Power
Faculty Torgeir Terjesen, Henrik Wennberg
Expertise Trading energy-related instruments offered by the Nord Pool ASA
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
The underlying market traded exhibits high volatility - the ability to forecast weather, follow trends, and be positioned to exploit the same, can generate above average returns.
As Scandinavian weather is the dominant price driver; historically, this market has shown very low correlation with all other asset classes.
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