Banks Look At Hedge Funds Differently – And It Should Matter To AllocatorsMark Melin
Looking at two bank reports on the same topic can often yield interesting results. There are times when bank research is best viewed from the standpoint of how their analysis does or does not correlate with one another. Regarding hedge fund allocation decisions, one bank appears to have a nuanced if probing understanding of algorithmic market environments while other research is more nuanced on the noncorrelated topic. Looking at current hedge fund asset . . .
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