In investing, a strategy has alpha when it delivers better-than-market-average returns. The term is also often used to loosely refer to privileged information, the asset itself, or to a contrarian idea providing the rationale for a large class of trades.
Investing alpha is a relatively narrow articulation of a broader, more natural notion of alpha, encom…
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