Matching Expectations with Reality

Investors and hedge funds, whose relationship is often built on mistrust, need to learn to overcome adversity together.

There is a big difference between growing up and just growing. The quick and widespread acceptance of hedge funds since the U.S. equity market crashed in 2000 seems at first glance to have rushed this onetime cottage business from adolescence to adulthood.

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