Ellerston Market Neutral Fund: Now for something completely different

A creative approach to the long/short model allows this Australian shares fund to create returns which are not correlated to the wider ASX performance

Summary: The Ellerston Australian Market Neutral Fund (APIR: ECL0013AU) has returned over 10 per cent in each calendar year since inception. The fund employs a market neutral strategy, using a three stage quantitative analysis to pair like companies and take long and short positions, so as to target an absolute return.

Key take out: Market neutral strategies fit the bill for investors who want to preserve their capital, with the opportunity to benefit from both rising and falling share prices.

Key beneficiaries: General investors. Category: Managed funds.



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