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The Investor's Guide to Hedge Funds: Understanding and Profiting from Today's Hottest Investments
The Investor's Guide to Hedge Funds: Understanding and Profiting from Today's Hottest Investments
Author: Sam Kirschner, Eldon C. Mayer, Lee Kessler | Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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"Eldon Mayer is a battle-tested pro. You should listen to what he and his partner, Sam Kirschner, have to say."
--Barton M. Biggs, Managing Partner, Traxis Partners
Meet the creme de la creme of the new breed of hedge fund managers, learn how they evaluate world financial markets, hear about their winners and losers, and discover how they apply proprietary strategies to stay ahead of the curve. Through broad-scope interviews with 15 highly successful managers, The Investor's Guide to Hedge Funds provides unparalleled insight into each major hedge fund strategy, its strengths, weaknesses, and performance characteristics. Most importantly, this book shows that despite the sensational headlines, adding hedge funds to a portfolio of stocks and bonds can reduce risk and improve overall performance.

Added: 04.05.2007ISBN: 0471715999Pages: 356Price: £ 19,54Lang.: English
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