Blue Mountain Credit Fund Down Four Percent In 2019 As Company Mounts PG&E BattleRupert Hargreaves
Blue Mountain's Credit Alternatives Fund lost 1.32% in February according to a copy of investor correspondence that has been reviewed by ValueWalk.
According to the document, the fund lost -1.32% gross in February, bringing year-to-date losses to -3.99% and losses over the past 12 months to -3.98%. Including fees, the Credit Alternative Funds' various share classes are down around -4.44% year-to-date and -6.5% over the past 12 months.
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