Mutual funds are making their way back on Wall Street, because hedge funds have not been performing too well lately, and those executives that left their jobs to manage hedge funds are running back to prominent firms, according to The New York Times.

The outcome is a new kind of mutual fund that follows the aggressive leverging technique of hedge funds by borrowing money, making bearish stock bets and taking concentrated positions, according to The NYTimes.

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