As Hedge fund Closures Surge A Bright Light AheadMark Melin
With hedge fund assets under management hitting an all-time high – topping $3 trillion – another industry milestone appears contradictory. Hedge funds closing their doors in 2016 was at its highest level since 2009, an HFR Market Microstructure Report noted. The high hedge fund failure rate came amid a drop in new fund launches, lowered fee structures but generally positive year to date performance. But all isn't gloomy, according to HFR, as the process of economic normalization could result in a positive market environment for hedge . . .
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