Archery Capital Earns Its Keep

Mar 16 2007 | 12:53pm ET

Critics have long attacked fund of funds shops for charging exorbitant fees for unremarkable returns. But one, New York-based Archery Capital, has delivered on its mandate. Since inception in 2002, Archery’s domestic flagship, the Helios U.S. Opportunity Fund, has outperformed the Standard & Poor’s 500, returning 49.43% as of the end of January, with a standard deviation topping out at 5.75%. Over the same period the S&P has returned 37.07%, with a standard deviation of 12.15%.

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