Special Report on
Multi-manager Investment Funds
Multi-manager Investment Funds - Trends
Latest Trending Story:
An approach in which the manager invests primarily in bonds, annuities or preferred stock. The investments can be long positions, short sales or both. Such funds are often highly leveraged. An approach that aims to profit from pricing differentials or inefficiencies by purchasing a bond, annuity or preferred stock and simultaneously selling short a related security. Such funds are often highly leveraged. An investment vehicle whose holdings consist of shares in hedge funds and private-equity funds. Some of these multi-manager vehicles limit their holdings to specific managers or investment strategies, while others ...
‘ who dip into and out of the market on your behalf, often aren’t very good at it… and the huge charges they levy on every transaction soon eat up any profits you do make. So why DO so many financial advisers push managed funds? Well there’s more money in managing investment funds for one thing. Admittedly it’s the fund managers making the real cash, charging you for all those transactions they make, as they pursue their investment in pension funds – usually around 1.5% for a managed fund against upwards of 0.1% for a tracker. And who is buying those ... Read More
SURVEY RESULTS FOR
MULTI-MANAGER INVESTMENT FUNDS
Marcus Brookes outlines his multi-manager views
Tim Krochuk: Hedge funds team up with traditional asset manager, how to boost ...