A recent Journal article ponders the unthinkable: Could hedge funds actually be a good deal?
Archive for August 2008
Despite injuries sustained over the past year, it seems that hedge funds can count on the support of institutions and rich guys.
It's a situation reminiscent of trying to dump your girlfriend or boyfriend before she/he can get a chance to dump you.
Apparently, 130/30 hasn't yet dawned on Japanese institutional investors.
Are hedge funds engaged in a "race to the bottom" in an effort to find the world's least onerous regulatory environment?
There are a million ways to calculate "return persistence". But one new approach seems to yield some pretty striking results.
If you're a traditional long-only asset manager, one expert has some advice for you.