Hedge Fund Stocks: A Short View

Author: Eric Uhlfelder

31 March 2014, Barron’s

A few major hedge funds are publicly traded companies, enabling investors to get on the right side of the industry’s rich fees, which net out in the form of attractive dividends. But these shares are hardly no-brainers, and may best serve hedge fund investors who wish to hedge their exposure—by shorting their own management firms.

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