By their very nature, hedge funds allow investors to be exposed to different risk factors including volatility, counterparty, or liquidity risk, since this exposure is considered a source of superior returns for invested funds.
Market makers receive a premium (the spread) when acting as liquidity providers in a market. When hedge funds implement trading strategies that provide liquidity to a market, part of the return that can be expected is a premium for the liquidity risk they carry when
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