Hedge Funds: We Need More Time than Investors Think to Boost Returns Amid Rising Rates

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Michelle deBoer-Jones
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For most of this year, all eyes on Wall Street have been on the Federal Reserve, monitoring regulators’ interest-rate moves. Month after month, copious amounts of news headlines trumpet the Fed’s latest decision regarding rates and responses to inflation. Of course, interest rates dramatically impact investment returns in different ways depending on the asset class. In the case of hedge funds, higher interest rates tend to boost returns, but only during periods of stability. Q3 2023 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Thus, it comes as no surprise that investors expect the fund managers they invest with to drastically improve…

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Michelle deBoer-Jones is editor-in-chief of Hedge Fund Alpha. She also writes comparative analyses of stocks for TipRanks and runs Providence Writing Services. Previously, she was a television news producer for eight years, producing the morning news programs for NBC affiliates in Evansville, Indiana and Huntsville, Alabama and spending a short time at the CBS affiliate in Huntsville.