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The New Challenge for Hedge Funds

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Fri, 6 Dec 2013

Cyber Manager Hedge funds exited 2008 with their reputations in tatters. Terrific relative performance during the 2000-02 technology sell-off, followed by solid gains during the next few years' stock-market recovery, had stoked expectations to unrealistic levels. Many thought that hedge funds could

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