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Hedge Funds Pay For Their Consumer Discretionary Bias

Goldman Sachs’ ‘Hedge Fund Trend Monitor,’ issued August 20, 2014 by analysts Ben Sneider, David Kostin, Amanda Sneider, Elad Pashtan and Brett Sanchez, surveys 775 hedge funds that held gross positions aggregating $1.9 trillion at the commencement of Q3 2014.

Year-to-date, hedge funds (up just 1%) are still trailing the S&P 500 (INDEXSP:.INX) (+7%) though returns have recovered somewhat from the

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