Bridgewater Plans Liquid Version Of Flagship Hedge Fund

Aug 23 2010 | 1:48pm ET

Bridgewater Associates has always kept the size of its Pure Alpha hedge fund strictly limited—indeed, the fund, which has been closed to new investors for four years, is actually returning money to investors to keep within its capacity constraints. But now the firm plans to experiment with a more liquid version of the tremendously successful strategy.


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