Hedge Funds Go Long-Only On Clients' Demand

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Hedge funds are increasingly offering non-traditional products to their clients, according to a survey conducted by Deutsche Bank. Going beyond the traditional long/short hedging strategy, managers are now all-in on the bull market. The survey further noted that the the most popular non-traditional product that these hedge funds were offering was the long-only strategy. Of the $528 billion in firm-wide assets managed by the hedge funds, $179 billion was invested in non-traditional products, of which long-only made up $96.8 billion of the assets. Also see Retail Liquid Alternatives A $2T Trillion AUM Opportunity: Goldman Hedge funds meeting demands of market The reason…

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