Bridgewater attracts more funds than the rest of the hedge fund industry

Bridgewater attracts more funds than the rest of the hedge fund industry

Some of the world’s biggest hedge funds are struggling to hold onto investors’ capital according to research put together by Bloomberg published earlier this week.

Bloomberg’s data shows that hedge fund attrition is now spreading to some of the industry’s largest and best-known funds. Hedge funds are currently suffering their worst year since the financial crisis. Investors pulled a total of $23.3 billion from funds in the first of 2016 according to Bloomberg which cites research from Hedge Fund Research Inc . . .


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