Why This Behavior of Hedge Fund Managers is Worth Noting
Learn about "a new multi-year extreme"
by Bob Stokes
Updated: December 06, 2017
Hedge fund managers are among Wall Street's elite -- sharp, sophisticated and HIGHLY paid. Yet, you might be surprised by this characteristic of hedge fund managers:
The evidence shows that they get caught up in the psychology of the crowd... just like investors in Anytown, USA.
Put another way: Hedge fund managers are usually WRONG at the turns.
With that in mind, their exposure to the stock market has just reached "a new multi-year extreme."
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