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Hedge Fund Due Diligence And Its Limitations

In a world where machines learning to create investment strategies is colliding with fundamental portfolio management, today’s algorithmically-minded investment managers go about their jobs in very different ways. One of the methods to mine alpha is to dig deep into niche markets. For a hedge fund allocator, such adventure can involve enhanced risk – particularly with smaller managers with exposure to exotic and sometimes illiquid markets. For many such investors, the reward can be meaningful when the focus is on risk . . .


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