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Dutch Hedge Fund Index returned 1.08% for February (4.56% YTD)

Friday, March 23, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - The Dutch Hedge Fund Index returned 1.08% for February (vs. the DB and Lyxor Hedge Fund Indices 1.27% and 0.72% respectively).

The Index is up 4.56% Ytd through February 2012 vs. 3.08% for the DB and 2.03% for the Lyxor Hedge Fund Index respectively.

TOP 5 Best performing Dutch Hedge Funds in February are

  • 1. Aster-X Panorama Fund +7,95% ... Avg. 91% net Long
  • 2. European Opportunities Fund +7,10% ... Avg. 9% net Short
  • 3. Antaurus Europe Fund +6,93% ... Avg. 38% net Long
  • 4. Aster-X Europe Fund +6,13% ... Avg. 70% net Long
  • 5. Asian Century Fund +4,47% ... Avg. 50% net Long

TOP 5 Best performing Dutch Hedge Funds Ytd are

  • 1. Aster-X Panorama Fund +17,95%
  • 2. European Opportunities Fund +15,13%
  • 3. Aster-X Europe Fund +14,98%
  • 4. HiQ Market Neutral Fund +14,49%
  • 5. Gold & Discovery Fund +14,31%

Interesting to see that the Funds’ average net exposure during February vary and in case of the European Opportunities Fund (www.GoCapital.nl) is negative (The fund was net short 9%).

Finles Capital Management
www.Finles.eu

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