Despite launching just as the financial crisis was about to get underway, the Trader Capital Upside Fund has thrived, generating impressive annualised returns of 11.26% for clients with volatility of just 5.44% since launch in July 2007.
“Our approach tends to be very opportunistic and that differentiates us from many funds of hedge funds,” explains the fund’s analyst Daniel Fadlun. “We monitor the portfolio very closely and probably change allocation more than most because we not afraid to tilt
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