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  • Hedge fund - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hedge_fund - 15 hours ago

    At its most basic, a hedge fund is an investment vehicle that pools capital from a
    number of investors and invests in securities and other instruments.

  • Hedge Fund Definition | Investopedia


    Legally, hedge funds are most often set up as private investment partnerships
    that are open to a limited number of investors and require a very large initial ...

  • What is a Hedge Fund | Hedge Fund Definition - BarclayHedge


    A hedge fund is an alternative investment vehicle available only to sophisticated
    investors, such as institutions and individuals with significant assets.

  • SEC.gov | Hedge Funds


    Hedge Funds. Like mutual funds, hedge funds pool investors' money and invest
    the money in an effort to make a positive return. Hedge funds typically have ...

  • Hedge Funds News - Bloomberg


    Breaking news about Hedge Funds. Find the latest articles, videos, photos and
    blogs about Hedge Funds.

  • About Hedge Funds - What is a Hedge Fund? - Magnum Funds


    Hedge fund strategies vary enormously -- many hedge against downturns in the
    markets -- especially important today with volatility and anticipation of ...

  • Managed Funds Association | Hedge Fund Basics - Managed Funds ...


    The global hedge fund industry is comprised of nearly 10,000 individual hedge
    funds and managed futures funds. The investors majority of global hedge fund ...

  • Hedge Funds News - CNBC.com


    Oct 15, 2014 ... Latest news on hedge funds, private equity firms, and investing from CNBC.com.

  • Hedge Funds from the Financial Times

    http://www.ft.com/topics/themes/Hedge_funds - 12 hours ago

    Latest news and analysis on hedge funds plus interactive features.

  • Hedge Funds - DealBook - NYTimes.com

    http://dealbook.nytimes.com/category/main-topics/hedge-f... - 5 hours ago

    The hedge fund suggested that the drug maker should consider splitting itself up
    into a faster-growing entity whose products require research spending and a ...