Hedges Back in Favor

April 14, 2009 07:00 PM

Linda Smith, Top Producer Executive Editor

Unlike last year, when futures hedges resulted in major deductions from market value for the advisers in our track records, several now have positive values.

"Last year, the influence of index funds made it difficult to make effective marketing decisions,” says Scott Harms of Archer Financial. "Now, that influence seems to have been reduced and advisers should be able to make more confident decisions. They are performing well in this more normal environment and I expect that may continue.”
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