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Monday, March 05, 2012
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds gain 1.58% in first month of 2012.

A SQUARE :: 05Mar12 A SQUARE Index Returns
Category Opalesque
Author Florian Guldner
According to a first estimation, the Opalesque A SQUARE Index gained 1.58% in January after a loss of almost 7% in 2011.
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'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds lose 0.93% (est.) in December, -7.14% in 2011

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Despite 2.49% loss, 'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds outperformed hedge funds in September and year to date

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[10Oct11] [Opalesque] A SQUARE Index returns
“Alternative Alternatives” investment funds lose 2.51% in August, -2.97% YTD

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[29Aug11] [Opalesque] A SQUARE Index returns
“Alternative Alternatives” investment funds up 1.15% in July, -0.4% YTD

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[29Jul11] [Opalesque] A SQUARE Index returns
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds down 1.63% in June, -1.17% YTD

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[01Jul11] [Opalesque] A SQUARE Index returns
"Alternative Alternatives" investment funds lost 1.92% in May, +0.36% YTD

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