What Will happen to the Hedge Fund Industry if we Experience a 2008 Type Market Decline?

By Donald A. Steinbrugge, CFA of Agecroft Partners

With interest rates and credit spreads near historic lows and equity valuation above historical averages, many people are concerned that the Federal Reserve, by artificially keeping rates low, has created a 2007 type asset bubble in the capital markets where many securities are priced to perfection. What happens to the financial markets when the Fed begins to raise interest rates or there is some other economic shock to the financial system, and what impact will this have on the . . .

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