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Hedge Fund Redemption Periods Growing Shorter

New York (HedgeCo.net) – Over the last eight years, there is a trend taking place within the hedge fund industry that might not be sustainable. According to a Barclays’ capital solutions group study, the trend within the hedge fund industry […]

Computer-Based Hedge Funds Profiting from Oil’s Decline

New York (HedgeCo.net) – Consumers and oil companies are on opposite sides when it comes to how they feel about oil declining over the last year and a half with oil companies suffering as the price of crude is the […]

Survey Shows Institutional Investors Intend to Increase Hedge Fund Allocations in 2016

New York (HedgeCo.net) – A recent survey conducted by Context Summits showed that 79% of institutional investors intend to increase their hedge allocations in 2016. The survey was conducted at eh Context Summits Miami 2016 and included approximately 200 investors. […]

Survey Shows Market Neutral Strategy Most Popular to Start 2016

New York (HedgeCo.net) – With the world investment markets facing more uncertainty than usual at the beginning of 2016, apparently the most in-demand strategy is market neutral. Deutsche Bank’s global prime finance group recently surveyed 504 hedge fund allocators and […]

Continuing Troubles Lead Carlyle to Close Fund-of-Funds Unit

New York (HedgeCo.net) – The last two years have been tough for Carlyle Group LP. There have been fund closings, layoffs and departures of key personnel. Now the company has announced that they will shut down the fund-of-fund unit Diversified […]

Coe Capital Management Joins HedgeCoVest Platform

New York (HedgeCoVest.com) – HedgeCoVest is pleased to announce that the latest model on their alternative investment platform is managed by Coe Capital Management. Coe Capital is a Registered Investment Advisor based in Deerfield, Illinois and it was founded in […]

Credit Suisse Hedge Fund Index Down Less Than 1.5% In January

New York (HedgeCo.net) – Credit Suisse released the January performance results for their Hedge Fund Index earlier this week as well as the results for each of the various hedge fund strategy categories. While most of the world’s equity indices […]

Latest 13F Filings Reveal New Positions and Exits from SunEdison

New York (HedgeCo.net) – The latest round of 13F filings have been released this week and what we have learned is that a number of hedge funds bought shares of SunEdison while an equal number exited their positions in the […]

Manager Profile and Insights: Herb Friedman, New Century Financial Group

New Century Financial Group is structured more as a traditional investment manager than a hedge fund, but we found their approach to investing to be interesting enough and different enough that we wanted to interview the investment manager, Herb Friedman. […]

John Paulson Readies New Fund

New York (HedgeCo.net) – The distressed debt market is not the place for the faint of heart. Last year saw some of the world’s largest macro hedge funds lose money due to distressed debt investments that didn’t work out. Despite […]

Giant Insurers Have Different Plans for Hedge Fund Holdings

New York (HedgeCo.net) – Two of the largest insurance companies in the country are taking different routes when it comes to investing in hedge funds. American International Group (NYSE: AIG) intends to reduce its hedge fund investments while MetLife (NYSE: […]

January Returns for Hedge Funds Show a Smaller Decline than Market

New York (HedgeCo.net) – Recent data released from Hedge Fund Research shows that the average hedge fund declined by 2.76% during the month of January which is considerably better than the 5% the S&P lost. Our own HedgeCoVest Long/Short Index […]

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