A hedge fund is a private, unregistered investment pool that encompasses all types of investment funds, companies, and private partnerships that can use a variety of investment techniques such as borrowing money through leverage, selling short, derivatives for directional investing, and options. Hedge fund managers are constantly trying to find new ways to take advantage of the market’s inefficiencies in order to generate “absolute returns”—posting returns in the black each year, no matter what the overall market does.
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