130-30 strategy

Definition

Use of financial leverage by taking stocks with poor performance and shorting them. The investor then purchases stock shares that are thought to have high returns in the near future. This ratio refers to shorting stocks of up to 30 percent of the overall portfolio's value.
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12b-1 plan 183-day rule