The financial meltdown of the family office has highlighted a need for greater risk control and a more cautious approach to portfolio diversification among its peers.
Leveraged and inverse exchange-traded funds contain an inherent inefficiency that can be exploited for profit by options traders, say industry experts.
Investors must be properly educated on leveraged and inverse exchange-traded funds and what they should be used for or they risk big losses, warn wealth industry executives.
US Federal Reserve officials also seem to miss the fact that excessive credit growth and leverage have driven monetary and economic instability, says Marc Faber.
David Gray, head of prime services at UBS for Asia-Pacific, discusses the resurgence of the hedge fund business.
Traders move on and markets forget. These truisms are especially applicable in the arena of derivatives trading.