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Author:Schmidt, Daniel 

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Fundamental Arbitrage under the Microscope: Evidence from Detailed Hedge Fund Transaction Data

We exploit detailed transaction and position data for a sample of long-short equity hedge funds to study the trading activity of fundamental investors. We find that hedge funds exhibit skill in opening positions, but that they close their positions too early, thereby forgoing about a third of the trades’ potential profitability. We explain this behavior with the limits of arbitrage: hedge funds close positions early in order to reallocate their capital to more profitable investments and/or to accommodate tightened financial constraints. Consistent with this view, we document that hedge ...
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 2021-022

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