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Will Hedged Mutual Funds Catch On With Investors?

Some institutional investors are starting to buy hedged mutual funds, which mimic hedge funds but comply with 40 Act rules. But these funds may have to overcome some hurdles before they fully catch on with investors.

Mutual funds that mimic hedge funds are enjoying a surge in popularity of late, as investors seek the diversification benefits of hedge funds but without the high fees and lack of liquidity and transparency. The number of these funds has grown significantly over the past decade, with a spate of

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