You Want Hedge Funds Who Have Skin In The GameRupert Hargreaves
A number of studies have noted over the years that companies with the highest insider ownership, tend to outperform peers. The logic behind this conclusion is easy to understand. Managers who own a significant chunk of shares are unlikely to embark on value-destructive acquisitions or put to their company at risk as they stand to lose more than most other investors.
The same logic should be true of investment funds, particularly hedge funds and partnerships. If . . .
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