Hedge Funds Look To Japan’s Future, Buy Up Japanese Stocks

Mar 17 2011 | 9:35am ET

As the tragedy in Japan continues to unfold, FINalternatives spoke with portfolio managers and other industry experts this week about just what it means for Asian-focused hedge fund managers. They explained that in general, hedge fund managers are long Japan, whether they are global macro players or long/short funds, so in the immediate term this is very bad for their performance. However, if they can ride out the current volatility, the future may be brighter.


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