Size Matters To Investors, Best Returns Found In Mid-sized ManagersMark Melin
A Preqin study confirms what certain professional investors have long advocated: best results can be found in managers nimble enough to enter lightly traded markets and get in and out quickly and efficiently. For aggressive investors, this often meant a portfolio focus on funds with under $1 billion in assets but selecting funds large enough to the point the business could sustain itself.
Does fund size matter to investors? Of course . . .
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