Hedge Funds

Hedge Funds Most Susceptible To 2001 NASDAQ-Style Crash

Hedge funds are most susceptible to a 2001 NASDAQ-style crash, according to recent stress tests carried out by research firm eVestment. Stress tests done on 30 hedge funds with a combined $370 billion assets under management found that a crash similar to the collapse of the dot com bubble would cause them to lose 2.29% on average, compared to just 1.59% in the event of a crash similar to the recent global financial crisis, which came in fourth, and compared to the more . . .


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