Poor Hedge Fund Returns: “Concentration” May Be The Solution – GoldmanVW Staff
Hedge funds are being shown in a relatively poor light considering their unimpressive returns this year when juxtaposed against those of the S&P500.
The latest ‘Hedge Fund Trend Monitor’ study from Amanda Sneider, David J. Kostin, Stuart Kaiser, Ben Snider, Rima Reddy and Aaron Woodside of Goldman Sachs Portfolio Research puts this in rather stark perspective:
- The typical hedge fund generated a 2013 YTD return of 6% through October 31, compared to 25% gains for both the S&P . . .
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