More Lion Than Lamb: Hedge Funds Soar In March

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The HFRI Fund Weighted Composite Index rose 2.7% last month, bring its year-to-date return to 2.56%. The gains were broad-based, with only one strategy—short bias—suffering a down month amidst the month’s stock market rally. And what a down month: Short bias hedge funds plummeted 6.6% in March and are down 7.1% on the year—the only hedge fund strategy tracked by the HFRI indices in the red through the first quarter.


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