Why Were Long Short Hedge Funds Hard Hit In June?Mark Melin
June 2016 could go down as one of the most significant months for hedge fund performance during the quantitative easing era. Of course the August market sell-off – a flash crash that was predicted for the first time in known history – was significant. Then the “V” shaped price sell-off and rebound in the first quarter 2016 was interesting as a benchmark. But compare it all with the “V” shaped Brexit drawdown-recovery pattern, and one may realize why June 2016 and the “Brexit V” crash and recovery might be most interesting. To benchmark the situation, consider the Morgan . . .
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