Female Hedge Fund Managers Outperform Male Peers

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Rupert Hargreaves
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According to the latest Hedge Fund Research (HFR) report, one group of hedge fund managers is having a better time of it than the rest of the industry. Female Hedge Fund Managers gained 3.65% in the first two months of February compared to the 2.23% registered by the overall hedge fund industry. Of the 2100 hedge funds in the HFR index, only 49 are managed by women, a mere 2% of the industry. Some may consider this sample size to be too small to present an accurate reflection of whether or not female managers are better than their male counterparts,…

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