In the quest for higher returns, institutional investors are investing billions into managed futures and hedge funds, which offer more flexibility and diversification than conventional funds. This edition includes information on hedge funds, as well as chapters on performance benchmarks and selection criteria. Features include how to: develop an institutional portfolio of managed futures and hedge funds; maximize diversification and arbitrage potential; and successfully perform risk/return analyses.Performance, Evaluation aamp; Analysis Carl C. Peters Ben Warwick ... If, however, there is some evidence that stock prices are nonlinear, technical analysis may be useful in prediction a that is, it may be a simple way of taking such nonlinearities anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Handbook of Managed Futures|
|Author||:||Carl C. Peters|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 1997|