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Hedge fund management firms typically charge their funds both a management fee and a performance fee.

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A hedge fund is basically a fancy name for an investment partnership. It's the marriage of a fund ...

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Hedge funds are alternative investments using pooled funds that employ numerous different strategies to earn active return, or alpha, for their investors. Hedge ...

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Like mutual funds, hedge funds are pools of underlying securities. Also like mutual funds, they can invest in many types of securities—but there are a number of ...

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Jul 30, 2017 ... Learn what a hedge fund is, how it operates, how it makes money, who can invest in hedge funds, and more in this basic guide for new ...

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Jul 4, 2017 ... Hedge funds are private investment funds that promise great rewards, but also present great risks to both investors and the economy.

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Aug 3, 2015 ... Technically speaking, a hedge fund is typically structured as a limited partnership . Third-party investors like pension funds, banks, and wealthy ...

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Definition: Hedge fund is a private investment partnership and funds pool that uses varied and complex proprietary strategies and invests or trades in complex  ...

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Hedge funds are limited to wealthier investors who can afford the higher fees and risks of hedge fund investing, and institutional investors, including pension ...