A global benchmark

Whenever discussing hedge fund investment policies with a potential investor, fund managers are invariably being asked against what benchmark the performance of a proposed portfolio should be compared. It is a legitimate question, however, more often than not, the investor expects a specific reference portfolio against which it should be measured. Unfortunately, it is not that simple.

Traditional investments are categorised in many ways such as large, medium or small capitalisation stocks,

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