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AlphaMetrix launches online community for investors and hedge funds

Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update – AlphaMetrix, a Chicago-based alternative investments services provider, has launched the AlphaMetrix Global Marketplace (AGM).

The AGM online community still beta-tested and should be available to qualified investors and hedge fund by the end of November, the firm said in a statement.

It contains information on more than 26,000 pre-qualified investors and 5,000 hedge funds. Free for base services, it will allow investors and hedge funds to connect one-on-one and share information in a secure environment.

“In addition, AGM will offer a database of monthly returns for of over 5,000 hedge funds as well as daily/intraday performance updates on over 140 managers (the number is increasing almost daily), over 200 daily risk reports, portfolio/risk tools, intra-day hedge fund Indices and much more,” AlphaMetrix said.

The firm is offering a premium service for investors which require customized reporting solutions and for hedge funds there is an option to be “listed” as an investable fund through the Marketplace utilizing the AlphaMetrix Point-Click-Invest technology.

Those interested in becoming a member of the AlphaMetrix Global Marketplace, please log on here for pre-registration.
Precy Dumlao (edited by B.G.)

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