The Rise of Hedge Fund Replication

Replication is catching on as investors try to mimic the best hedge fund managers.


Hedge funds are supposed to thrive in a down market — and 2008 certainly provided a chance for the well-paid people who run them to work some upside magic. Instead, most of these managers made huge sums of money disappear. So much for skill-based alpha.

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