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Hedge Funds in a Time of Weakening Recovery

Oct 27th, 2015 | Filed under: The Global Economy & Currencies, Alternative Investments in Context, Finance & Economics

Though the recovery is showing signs of its age and weakness, this is still not the day for which tail-risk funds were designed, the moment of 'extreme distress' and victorious black swans. Thank heavens for that fact, and thank Eurekahedge for the news. Read More

Frankenstorm, the Not So Black Swan: Climate as the New Risk Variable

Nov 13th, 2012 | Filed under: Alpha Strategies

Columnist Doug Friedenberg looks at why the American understanding of climate science has been exceptional, why substantial financial interests may bring it in line with the rest of the planet, and why portfolio managers should care in the first place.Read More

James Rickards on the Huge Threats to the Financial Markets

Feb 16th, 2012 | Filed under: Alpha Strategies

James Rickards is a global expert on financial markets and global security. In this exclusive interview, he discusses some of the massive threats our financial markets face (internally and externally) and explains why he thinks "….all the tools in modern finance are basically false science. "Read More