Hedge Fund With 36% Annualized Returns Faces Rare Down YearRupert Hargreaves
After losing 4.92% in July 2018 is shaping up to be a rare down year for Regal Funds Management's Atlantic Absolute Return Fund.
In the hedge fund world, Regal stands out for its exceptional returns since inception in March 2004. In the first year of trading (just ten months long), the fund added 132% for investors and has since gone onto compound investor capital at 36.02% annualized -- according to a copy of the firm's July tear sheet, a copy of . . .
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