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Friday, March 01, 2013
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds were up 1.39% in January.

A SQUARE :: 01Mar13 A SQUARE Index returns
Category Indices
Author Florian Guldner
The Opalesque A SQUARE Index gained 1.39% in the first month of 2013. The A SQUARE Funds of Funds Index performed slightly worse with a gain of 0.68%.
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[05Apr13] [Indices] A SQUARE Index returns
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds lost 0.52% in February (+0.48% YTD)

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[01Feb13] [Indices] A SQUARE Index returns
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds gained 0.63% in December (+2.92% in 2012)

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[04Jan13] [Indices] A SQUARE Index returns
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds up 0.42% in November (+2.75% in first eleven months)

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[30Nov12] [Indices] A SQUARE Index returns
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds lost 1.42% in October (+1.99% YTD)

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[31Oct12] [Indices] A SQUARE Index returns
‘Alternative Alternatives’ investment funds gain 0.53% in September (+3.34% YTD)

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[09Oct12] [Indices] A SQUARE Index returns
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds up 0.95% in August (+3.09% YTD)

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[05Sep12] [Indices] A SQUARE Index returns
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds gain 2.18% in July (+2.05% YTD)

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[30Jul12] [Indices] A SQUARE Index returns
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds down 0.34% in June (+0.11% YTD)

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[13Jul12] [Indices] A SQUARE Index returns
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds lost 0.9% in May (+0.9% YTD)

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[11Jun12] [Indices] A SQUARE Index returns
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds down 0.41% in April (+1.81% YTD)

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[10May12] [Indices] A SQUARE Index returns
'Alternative Alternatives' investment funds lose 1.65% in March (+2.24% YTD)

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