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Hot Potato: Momentum as an Investment Strategy

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Wed, 21 Aug 2013

Momentum investing has important features in common with other factor-based Smart Beta strategies. For example, it has straightforward index or portfolio construction rules that are easily explained and implemented. And, although momentum investing is emphatically not a contrarian strategy, neither

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