‘Market Neutral’ Can Be a Positively Baffling Label

John Adams, UTA professor of finance in the College of Business, was featured in a WSJ article about Market Neutral.

Tuesday, Jul 14, 2020 • THE WALL STREET JOURNAL : WSJ Article

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Few investment strategies aimed at Main Street are as baffling as the seemingly simple “market-neutral.”

The term, affixed by the funds industry to dozens of mutual and exchange-traded funds, imparts a safe, Swisslike feel. It suggests a strategy closely linked to market performance, like index funds offer. But there is little uniformity among these products, and that is reflected in a disparity in their performance as well....

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