Smaller Hedge Funds Outperform, But Allocators Are Staying AwayRupert Hargreaves
When it comes to hedge fund performance, smaller tends to be better.
A study released in April 2016, compiled by researchers Chao Gao and Chengdong Yin from Purdue University's Krannert School of Management, and Tim Haight of Loyola Marymount University, found that on average, large of funds returned as 0.61% per month, on average, below the monthly . . .
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