This Is The Worst Year For Hedge Funds Since The Financial Crisis

It's no secret that most hedge funds have had a particularly difficult year, and now that we have 11 months of data, it's become clear that 2018 is the industry's worse year since the global financial crisis. Between investor redemptions and performance-based losses, the hedge fund industry has shed 3.4% of its assets under management so far year to date, according to data from Eurekahedge.

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