Play It Safe With Market Neutral Strategies


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Advisor, November 27, 2015

You may have heard the term “hedged hedge funds.” It’s an expression some managers use to differentiate what they do from the hedge funds that wind up in newspaper headlines.

If hedging is understood as a method of reducing risk, then most hedge funds that make the news aren’t hedged at all. Instead, they tend to employ levered, risky strategies designed to give high rollers double- and triple-digit returns. Many of these funds won’t even look at clients investing less than $1 million.

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