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Who, ideally, is best suited to invest in a hedge fund?
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Answer By Richard Wilson

Well, in the United States you have to be an accredited investor to invest in hedge funds. If you are an accredited investor than those with a large enough portfolio and enough financial knowledge or guidance from a financial planner are potential good fits for hedge funds. That is a broad statement because once you take the time to start looking at the 10,000 hedge fund products you’ll find low, moderate and high risk options that use vastly different investment strategies and a range of assets from collecting art, buying real estate or using a very sophisticated quantitative model to buy and sell options. There are really several hundred hedge fund strategies to pick through, that is why the real prerequisite is simply taking the time to figure out which might work best for your situation.