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A fund that holds warrants (issued in PIPE deals)

Thursday, May 21, 2009
Steadily increasing size of deals indicate a demand for PIPE transactions.

A SQUARE :: 21May09 A fund that holds warrants (issued in PIPE deals)
Category Warrants/PIPEs
Faculty Mitch Hull
Expertise Private investments in public equities (PIPES)
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
If the warrants are purchased at an advantageous prices and hedged "correctly“ - the fund is expected to perform irrespective of whether the stock goes up or down
The fund is expected to perform better if the stock prices go down as it provides a hedge against long market exposure
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