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‘Low volatility’: low risk, low reward?
Sponsored by Neptune
Published: 27 Feb 18
By Robin Geffen, Fund Manager & CEO, 27 Feb 18
‘Low volatility’ products originated as tools for institutional investors who were contractually obliged to provide instant liquidity. Now they are sold to individual savers – the very people who need long-term options the most.