MIAMI - Asset managers have been looking to complex trading strategies such as 130/30 funds to create additional alpha, but experts stress that investors should be careful to fully understand these products, and use them carefully.

130/30 funds use leverage to short sell poor-performing stocks - up to 30% of their value - and then re-invest the money into top-performing stocks.

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