Risk Transparency Drives Alpha, Attracts Assets [STUDY]
Hedge funds are notorious for disclosing as little information as they can on their positions, and for good reason. Since they are looking for unique and often idiosyncratic investment opportunities, letting competitors know their plans can easily blow up in their face. But investors want to know where their money is invested and striking a balance between these two legitimate concerns is no easy task.
Risk transparency helps prevent style drift
“Monitoring style discipline in opaque alternative assets, while challenging, is a necessity. Aggregated . . .
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