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If that model is right and the Republicans ran a "zero-beta" candidate, one with absolutely no variability around the "normal" result, he would perform quite respectably but lose.
But what if we employed a strictly long / short, net zero-beta strategy in which we went long the high RBP companies (the "leading 30") and shorted the low RBP companies (the "lagging
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