Distressed Securities Investing
Distressed Securities Investing StrategyPurchasing deeply discounted securities that were issued by troubled or bankrupts companies. Also, short-selling the stocks of those corporations. Such funds are usually able to achieve low correlations to the broader financial markets. The approach generally involves a medium- to long-term holding period.
Definition Source: Hedgeco
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