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A smile volatility fund

Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Designed to offer portfolio protection in market environments such as these ....

A SQUARE :: 28Oct08 A smile volatility fund
Category Volatility Trading
Author Sona Blessing
Strategy exploits the undervaluation of best performing stocks of this basket and the undervaluation of the worst performing stocks of the same basket
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