Just about every financial adviser recommends that individual investors avoid timing the stock market. That advice can go in one ear and out the other in turbulent times, such as during last year’s coronavirus-induced panic.
Professional money managers have various strategies to limit downside risk. Some of those are being sought out today, as a recent change of direction for interest rates has rattled stock market investors.
The ACM Dynamic Opportunity Fund
follows a long/short strategy that seeks to give investors a measure of protection. However, its approach isn’t to short-sell stocks that the portfolio managers believe will