Hedge fund managers look for better returns from equity markets

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Last year whipsawing markets damaged many while a lack of dispersion between shares and high volatility benefited few.

Allocators are hoping for better returns from equity market managers this year compared with the modest 10.4% recorded by the HFRI Equity Hedge (Total) Index in 2010.

One multi-manager said his lasting memory of 2010 would be of seeing equity managers adjust net exposure as markets reversed, only to see direction switch again, hitting them on the rebound.

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