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Inefficiency specialist

Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Inefficiencies can take various forms but investors usually uncover them by thoroughly investigating....

A SQUARE :: 24Oct07 Inefficiency specialist
Category Energy/Commodities
Author Sona Blessing
The expected payoff distribution will likely be different than the expected payoff distribution resulting from pursuing a buy- and-hold strategy of a basket of commodities. In other words, the strategy will not be price, or beta driven.
• The successful implementation of strategies focused around the described inefficiencies is almost impossible to replicate because it requires access to quality information, the ability to interpret it and the ability to act on it in financial markets.
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