Buy-side alpha, leverage strategies in flux

Traditional buy-side firms and hedge fund managers are pursuing more active, globally oriented alpha-generation initiatives, while simultaneously shifting their leverage and shorting strategies in the face of tumultuous market conditions and client demands. Stewart Eisenhartreports

A new Tabb Group survey, Alternative investments 2007: The quest for alpha, predicts explosive growth of actively man-aged investment funds through 2010 compared to relatively flat growth rates for long-only equity

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