Money managers have traditionally used hedge funds as they would mutual funds: to pool investors' money and place it in financial instruments in an effort to make a high positive return. Hedge funds have typically been available only to the affluent or to investors with inside contacts, but today that has changed. Almost any investor can now participate in a hedge fund and earn those high returns.
Hedge funds saw a 20 percent increase in 2009, posting the strongest gain in a decade and installing confidence back in investors. However, you must know what you are doing. The Hedge Funds Book will detail how to invest in hedge funds, evaluate their performance, and employ investing strategies and tactics using the latest technology to set up your account online and see the biggest returns. You will be able to handle fees, taxes, and risks, and you will get little known data to help you double or even triple your investment - all while avoiding the common traps and pitfalls.
Instruction is great, but advice from experts is even better, and the experts chronicled in this book are earning millions. Aside from learning the basics of hedge fund trading, you will be privy to investors' closed club secrets and proven successful ideas. If you are interested in learning everything there is to know about hedge fund investing along with hundreds of hints, tips, and strategies to minimize your risk and maximize your return, this book is for you.