Stock market volatility since the global credit crisis has scared many investors away, leaving some struggling to generate growth and returns. There is a way to be invested in stocks that can help mitigate volatility: Employ an investment strategy that seeks to take advantage of global stock market inefficiencies to profit in both up and down markets. We believe investors should consider a long/short equity strategy to help reduce volatility.
What do you mean by a long/short strategy?
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