Institutional Investors Flock to Hedge Funds: Deutsche Bank Survey
Hedge funds lost 0.2% in January, but the downturn seems unlikely to dampen investors' enthusiasm.
How Much Can Your Clients Afford to Lose?
John Paulson is a hedge fund hero, and deservedly so. In 2007, he anticipated the collapse of subprime mortgage securities.
Highest Volatility in 50 years Spooks Hedge Fund Managers
Plain-vanilla bonds and widow-and-orphan utilities creamed hedge funds in 2011, offering fresh evidence that ordinary investors need not feel underprivileged for lack of access to more exclusive investment opportunities.
Numerology: Turnaround for Hedge Funds
Following the worst year ever for hedge fund performance, so far 2009 is shaping up as quite a good one. According to Hennessee Group, which...
Bernie, Bayou and a mighty big fine
Before Bernie it was Bayou; Bayou Fund and its principal, Samuel Israel - that is. Israel was the poster child for hedge fund fraud before...
Hedge Funds Cashing in On Subprime Mess
Some hedge funds are actually profiting off of the subprime mortgage debacle and the market volatility that it has helped cause.
Hedge Fund Indexes Grow Up
Mirroring the growth of the hedge fund industry, hedge fund indexing has taken off in recent years, driven by investor demand for transparent benchmarks and...