3d, 4d and 5d Elements, Alloys and Compounds
Bloomberg Press | ISBN: 1576600602 | 1999-01-01 | PDF | 302 pages | 1.8 Mb
The first book to demystify hedge funds-insightful, practical, and easy-to-follow. Cash is flooding into hedge funds at a remarkable rate. The industry has experienced a $38 billion growth spurt in the last two years. 1997 alone saw a 40% increase in investor capital. Surprisingly, this tremendous growth has been fueled largely by individual investors, not by professionals. Though sophisticated investors see hedge funds as an attractive and viable option, until now information has been scarce. This is the first book for consumers who want to learn more about investing in hedge funds. It's the only resource that describes how hedge funds work specifically for individuals-including risk factors. Written by a professional investment adviser, Investing in Hedge Funds demystifies hedge funds and walks the consumer through the investment process step by step. This is the definitive guide to the increasingly popular hedge fund universe. Hedge funds are investments, run by fund managers, that use one or more alternative investment strategies
, including investing in assets, such as currencies or distressed securities; hedging against market downturns; and utilizing return-enhancing tools, such as leverage and short selling. Consistency of return is typically the primary investment goal, not magnitude. Includes: Hedge fund basics: what they are and how to invest in them; Insights from top fund managers; How-to strategies clearly explained; Risk management and monitoring; Appendix with useful information sources; Sample portfolios.
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