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    Hedge fund ETFs take a battering From ETFStrategy.co.uk: It was a blow for the hedge fund world when Hillary Clinton’s son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky announced he would be closing his Greek-focused fund after it plummeted in value by 90%, just two years after it launched. For passive investor

  2. Americas - Australian banks sending U.S. hedge funds broke, Ryan Puerto Rico ‘rescue’ bill could be windfall for hedge funds[more]

    Australian banks sending U.S. hedge funds broke From SMH.com.au: US hedge funds are not having the best of years. Profits are hard to find, they're underperforming and the punters are losing patience, withdrawing US$15 billion ($20.8 billion) in the March quarter. They're expected to wit

  3. Investing - Billionaire Wilbur Ross likes the look of Chinese bad loans, Hedge funds are still relevant in a diversified portfolio: 4 fundamental criteria for superior manager selection[more]

    Billionaire Wilbur Ross likes the look of Chinese bad loans From Bloomberg.com: U.S. billionaire Wilbur Ross said he’s considering investing in nonperforming loans in China, as Moody’s Investors Service said that the nation has the tools to prevent a financial crisis in the near term. I’

  4. Investing - Blackstone gives pricey Canadian energy and property thumbs down, One of the most concentrated hedge fund bets is getting crushed, Facebook is hedge funds' new tech darling,[more]

    Blackstone gives pricey Canadian energy and property thumbs down From Bloomberg.com: Canada’s energy assets are uneconomic and real-estate markets overvalued, making them less attractive for investment than in the U.S. and elsewhere, according to Tony James, president of Blackstone Group

  5. Study - Only 30% of institutional hedge fund portfolios beat the benchmark[more]

    Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York: A new study from CEM Benchmarking, an independent provider of cost and performance analysis for pension funds, shows that only 30 percent of institutional investors hedge fund portfolios beat the benchmark after fees. The study provides in depth analysis of real