Zero Hedge on the Death of Equity Hedge Funds

Created on Saturday, 10 May 2014 15:24
Written by Albert Ottoni

Zero Hedge presented a very compelling analysis on Friday showing the weaker recent performances of global hedge-fund managers.  There are some statistical biases in the data, but nevertheless, they are worth noting on an aggregate scale.

I like Tyler Durden’s opening to the data presented, “There’s “hedged” funds and then there’s this”…


Zero hedge makes a compelling case that Equity Hedge fund managers have simply become a high cost version of their index-tracking ETF brethren…


And performance advantages have dwindled…


as style tilts (growth vs value for instance) have seen increasing correlations…


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