Birch Grove Looks At “Confused” Market And Sees Volatility PotentialMark Melin
As the low volatility and generally noncorrelated hedge fund Birch Grove Capital's Credit Strategies looks across the market panoply, volatility is the watchword. The hedge fund, with a Sharpe Ratio of 2.12 and a volatility profile lower than credit benchmarks with significantly higher returns, was up 0.08% in November and is positive by 3.58% on the year, a letter to investors reviewed by ValueWalk shows. Market risk is all around, the fund notes, as their asymmetric risk profile is flat Credit Default . . .
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