Small Hedge Funds

Launching a Small Hedge Fund: Daniel Strachman

September 6, 2012 James Heinsman Quote of the Day

A commonly believed myth states that starting a hedge fund requires at least a billion dollars. GAIM Conference Series  director of research and strategy Daniel Strachman explains that it is possible to get one up and running with significantly less funding. “It’s reasonable to think that a group of people could get together and launch […]


Daniel Strachman, GAIM Conference, Hedge Fund Industry, Small Hedge Funds, Starting a Hedge Fund,

Smaller Hedge Funds Turn to Individuals for Investments

November 15, 2011 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

Asia-Pacific hedge funds with less than $100 million in assets are turning to millionaires for investments. These funds are having trouble as institutions generally favor funds with more impressive assets and proven track records. The debt crisis in Europe and the worldwide economic issues have boosted volatility on equity markets to a two-year high, increasing […]


Asia Pacific Finance, Economy, Europe Debt Crisis, Hedge Fund Investments, Hedge Funds,

Small Hedge Funds Catch the Eye of Pension Programs

May 5, 2011 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

Established investors have been taking more notice of smaller hedge funds recently. Doug Rothschild, managing director at Agecroft Partners said “Over the next ten years we will see a significant increase in the percentage of their hedge fund portfolio away from the largest managers to small and mid-sized managers.” Rothschild and his company feel the […]


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