hedge fund

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Synonyms for hedge fund

a flexible investment company for a small number of large investors (usually the minimum investment is $1 million)

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The Morningstar Convertible Arbitrage Hedge Fund Index rose 2.
Richard Bortnick, an insurance litigation specialist with the law firm Cozen O'Connor, said that when a hedge fund implodes, insurers may be on the hook for some of the risk.
Among the issues which top of the list for the financial services industry is the generic question of how to get better counterparty risk data, especially for hedge funds and other organizations involved in Complex Structured Financial Transactions (CSFF) and Over-the-Counter (OTC) derivatives.
What makes the hedge fund pay packages all the more shocking is that hedge funds are a source of the grumbling about CEO compensation.
It sends an appeasing message to investors that this is not a fly-by-night operation," says Hrant Tosbath, President of The Davenport Group, which specializes in hedge fund investment and marketing.
Most investors are also aware that hedge fund portfolios need to consist of at least 15-20 managers broadly diversified across strategies.
For CPAs advising clients on hedge fund investments, the key, of course, is in choosing funds managed by astute professionals with a high level of expertise, a consistent track record and a good understanding of alternative investments.
While the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq dropped 6, 9 and 39 percent, respectively, the average hedge fund rose 8 percent.
surged from eighth place in the overall 2004 All-America team to third place in the hedge fund tabulation, with 31 team positions.
Hedge fund investment advisor George Van told Chief Executive he anticipates that flat returns next year will drive between 500 and 750 hedge funds out of the market by the end of 2003.
When shooting for absolute performance, a hedge fund might sell short, use leverage, trade put and call options, trade futures and invest in emerging markets.