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Managing a Hedge Fund: A Complete Guide to Trading, Business Strategies, Risk Management, and Regulations
Hedge funds now account for 25 percent of all NYSE trading volume and are one of the fastest growing sectors in today’s financial industry. Managing a Hedge Fund examines every significant issue facing a hedge fund manager, from management of numerous types of risk to due diligence requirements, use of arbitrage and other exotic activities, and more....
Hedge funds now account for 25 percent of all NYSE trading volume and are one of the fastest growing sectors in today’s financial industry. Managing a Hedge Fund examines every significant issue facing a hedge fund manager, from management of numerous types of risk to due diligence requirements, use of arbitrage and other exotic activities, and more. Broad-based where most hedge fund books are narrowly focused, it provides current and potential managers with a concise but comprehensive treatment on managing—and maximizing—a hedge fund in today’s fiercely competitive investing arena. Hedge funds have become one of the most-discussed yet misunderstood players in today's investment marketplace. They have also become one of the most potentially rewarding, both for investors and successful fund managers. Managing a Hedge Fund explores the numerous vital issues in launching and managing a hedge fund, and is the one book guaranteed to help both investors and professional money managers demystify the inner workings of this increasingly popular vehicle. This book is also appropriate for graduate students in business and finance. Topics covered include: Measurement of a wide range of risks, including liquidity, counterparty, operational, market, legal, transparency, and model risk Strategies for many different types of hedge funds, including fixed income, global macro, managed futures, and distressed investing Traditional investments versus alternative investments in terms of return, risk, and overall effects on a portfolio An overview of a number of hedge fund strategies, including strategies for combining diverse hedge fund styles to minimize fund volatility
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