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Avoiding Silver Bullets

Feb 24th, 2020 | Filed under: Newly Added, What about beta?, Retail Investing, Liquid Alternative Investiments, Hedge Funds, Liquid Alts, Smart Beta, Allocating to A.I., Other Topics in A.I.

By Aaron Filbeck, CFA, CAIA, CIPM – Associate Director, Content Development at CAIA Association Whether it’s that some retail versions of alternative investments have not lived up to their private counterparts, or that retail investors may be last in the buffet line for private placements, there are several arguments againstRead More


Sep 8th, 2019 | Filed under: Newly Added, Commodities, Hedge Fund Strategies, CTA, The A.I. Industry, Investing in Commodities, Liquid Alternative Investiments, Alternative Mutual Funds, Hedge Funds, Liquid Alts, Commodities, ETFs, Macro and Managed Futures Funds, Allocating to A.I., Other Topics in A.I.

By Nicolas Rabener of FactorResearch (@FactorResearch) INTRODUCTION The mafia and the hedge fund industry share some characteristics. Both are powerful, non-transparent, and create little value for society. Naturally the mafia is a criminal organization while the only “criminal” element of hedge funds are the high fees they are charging forRead More

Eurekahedge: The Grinch Stole December’s Returns

Jan 22nd, 2019 | Filed under: Newly Added, Hedge Fund Industry Trends, Hedge Fund Strategies, The A.I. Industry, Industry Size & Managers, Equity Hedge Funds, Asset Managers, Indexes, Hedge Funds

The Eurekahedge Hedge Fund Index was down for the month of December 1.31%, and that this brought the total decline of 2018 down to 3.85%, according to the January 2019 report. Part of the reason for the bad December numbers was a broad concern about the yield-curve inversion in USRead More

Skin in the Game: Testing a Cliché

Jul 16th, 2017 | Filed under: Newly Added, Industry Size & Managers, Asset Managers, Hedge Funds, Alternative Investments in Context

One of the most well-worn clichés in the hedge fund industry is the phrase “skin in the game.” Investors want managers who have “skin in the game,” that is, managers who risk/hedge their own money the same way they are risking/investing their outside investors’ money. A recent paper by ArpitRead More