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In the first six months of 2010, two times as many hedge funds launched as those launched during the same time period last year. Furthermore, these funds raised three times as much capital to start up as those funds launched during the first two quarters of last year. All told, funds launching between January and June netted $10.9 billion, according to AR magazine’s biannual New Funds Survey. In the first half of last year, new hedge funds managed to raise just $3.9 billion, an all-time low. Most of the money was raised by a pair of spin-offs and three new funds launched by established funds. Overland Advisors ...
New or Emerging Fund Managers, defined loosely as those managers who are less than 36 months old, appear to outperform older more established managers by up to 400 basis points per annum. Understanding why this should be that case is not really that difficult when one considers where new hedge funds typically come from. Hedge fund managers are usually drawn from the ranks of institutional prop(rietary) desk traders who are tired with the corporate bureaucracy or whom have hit upon a particularly good trading idea. These managers leave larger organizations, usually banks and asset ... Read More
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