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Alternative Investments: Arbitrage, Monte Carlo, and More

News and insight from Alternative Investments Observer.

Nadia Papagiannis, 01/19/2011

The fourth quarter 2010 issue of Morningstar's Alternative Investments Observer is ready--here are some highlights:

* Market Structure Arbitrage
Fast trading techniques that are making some investors furious.

* Quant Corner: Updating Monte Carlo Simulation for the 21st Century
How new technology presents a solution to investment forecasting.

* Morningstar Product Spotlight: The Morningstar Rating for Hedge Funds
A better way to evaluate hedge fund returns.

* Industry Trends: Alternative Mutual Funds
The return of absolute return mutual funds.

Download the latest issue here.

Nadia Papagiannis is the editor of Alternative Investments Observer.

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