Could hedge funds be the Holy Grail for weary investors?
Herald Tribune – Investors are always searching for the "Holy Grail" of investing; that is, investments with high returns, low risk and little correlation to the returns of the broad stock and bond markets.
Some investors believe that they have found it in the category of investments labeled as hedge funds.
A hedge fund is an investment partnership open only to a limited number of "qualified" (meaning wealthy and supposedly sophisticated) investors that engages in a range of non-traditional investment strategies, many of which are not permitted to mutual funds.
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