Risk Arbitrage For The TimidPhillip L. Zweig
Back in the rough-and-tumble 1980s, risk arbitrage--betting on the outcome of takeover deals--was a game played mostly by high-rolling wealthy individuals. It was considered much too risky for so-called "prudent" investors.
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