Create Your Own Hedge Fund: Increase Profits and Reduce by Mark D. Wolfinger

By Mark D. Wolfinger

Find a functional buying and selling technique that mixes suggestions and ETFs.

Create your individual Hedge Fund explains how exchange-traded money can be utilized together with an recommendations technique to reach regular development. starting with an academic on concepts and ETFs, the booklet is going directly to describe either funding methods in nice element supplying you with a buying and selling process that generates larger returns than buy-and-hold making an investment -- and lets you lessen probability by way of adopting a hedging procedure. choked with in-depth insights and professional suggestion, this publication is meant for you if you're a worldly person investor or a qualified investor, dealer, or different funds supervisor seeking to replace your arsenal of funding instruments.

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INVESTING IN HEDGE FUNDS: THE BAD NEWS Hedge funds charge very high fees to manage your money. It is customary to charge an annual management fee of 1 to 2 percent of the value of the investment, but that’s not much more than traditional mutual funds charge. The real incentive for hedge fund managers is profit sharing—managers keep 20 percent of all profits. Because hedge funds originally were marketed only to very wealthy clients, and because these clients are willing to 22 CREATE YOUR OWN HEDGE FUND pay big fees for excellent results, the tradition of paying 20 percent of the profits continues.

Unlike traditional mutual funds, hedge funds cannot advertise themselves to public investors. Legitimate funds managed by qualified management teams can advertise only to “qualified” investors, typically those who have $1 million or more to invest. Thus, public investors must learn about specific hedge funds from sources of unknown reliability. INVESTING IN HEDGE FUNDS: THE BAD NEWS Hedge funds charge very high fees to manage your money. It is customary to charge an annual management fee of 1 to 2 percent of the value of the investment, but that’s not much more than traditional mutual funds charge.

You can eliminate the uncomfortable feeling of having money invested when you don’t fully understand the investment methods used by those managing your money. If you follow the strategies outlined in this book, you won’t have to worry about the integrity of the fund manager, because you will be managing your investments by yourself. There will be no worry about the managers taking more risk than you are willing to take, for you will be managing that risk yourself. In fact, if you adopt the methods described, your portfolio will be significantly less risky than the portfolio of a typical American investor—someone who buys a collection of stocks and seldom sells any of them (a buy-and-hold investor).

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