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Hedge funds


Alder Capital belongs to the elite group of currency hedge funds that managed to deliver double-digit returns in a lacklustre 2005. Its leveraged Global 20 fund and unleveraged Global 10 fund returned 11.6% and 7.2%, respectively.

The Dublin-based fund, which has $90 million of assets under management, attributes the performance to its reliance on a systematic, quantitative model that sniffs out directional trading opportunities in just three currency pairs: dollar/yen, dollar/euro and euro/yen

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