Will Baupost Follow Its Own “North Star” Amid Challenging Quarter?Mark Melin
For those investing in hedge funds, timing their allocation on a drawdown has always been a difficult if even controversial topic among allocators. Tiiming the investment after the point at which a hedge fund has exhibited significant mean reversion has practical execution hurdles as well requiring nerves of steel. Hedge funds, too, have similar issues in investing after a market has experienced . . .
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