Age Matters More Than Size in Hedge Fund Performance, Says StudyMark Melin
While smaller hedge funds have performed better than their larger brethren, a new study notes that from January 2009 small funds generated the lowest performance of three fund types studied.
According to a study published in April of 2014 by eVestment’s research division titled “Impact of Size and Age on Hedge Fund Performance: 2003 – 2013,” smaller funds had the highest cumulative return from January 2003 to . . .
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