Asymmetry Global Macro
Asymmetry® Global Macro
Asymmetry is defined as:
- being asymmetric: the condition of being asymmetric in arrangement
- unreciprocal relation between two things: a relation between two things in which the first has a relation to the second, but the second cannot have the same relation to the first.
Wikipedia defines Global Macro as the strategy of investing, on a large scale, around the world using economic theory to justify the decision-making process. The strategy is typically based on forecasts and analysis about interest rates trends, movements in the general flow of funds, political changes, government policies, inter-government relations, and other broad systemic factors.
Investopedia defines Global Macro as a hedge fund strategy that bases its holdings – such as long and short positions in various equity, fixed income, currency, and futures markets – primarily on overall economic and political views of various countries (macroeconomic principles).
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Asymmetric Return Distribution
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