Hedge Fund Alpha’s November Newsletter: Man Institute – Q4 Outlook For Hedge Funds Is Positive

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Exclusive: Man Institute: Q4 Outlook For Hedge Funds Is Positive

The summer season presented an unstable macroeconomic environment for markets and hedge funds. The falling inflation rate throughout developed economies has created a divergence in policy decision-making, stirring debates about the peak of interest rates and the level of inflation required to justify future rate reductions, according to the Man Institute’s Q4 2023 hedge fund outlook.

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Jacob Wolinsky is the founder of HedgeFundAlpha (formerly ValueWalk Premium), a popular value investing and hedge fund focused intelligence service. Prior to founding the company, Jacob worked as an equity analyst focused on small caps. Jacob lives with his wife and five kids in Passaic NJ. - Email: jacob(at)hedgefundalpha.com FD: I do not purchase any equities to avoid conflict of interest and any insider information. I only purchase broad-based ETFs and mutual funds.