Hedge fund managers who have shorted their way to respectable gains this year are playing a ball control game, trying to avoid big risks and run out the clock on the year so they can collect their 20% of the profits, acording to traders. Managers of traditional stock funds, by contrast, are gunning for an improbable fourth quarter comeback with audacious down-field passes, ...

— Michael Santoli  

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