Goldman Sach’s recent report on the hedge fund industry has confirmed what a lot of investors and advisors have intuitively known for some time: hedge funds are overpriced and produce mediocre returns. Surveying more than 700 funds, Goldman found they returned just five percent this year,  compared to the 15 percent gain in the S&P 500. More telling, perhaps, is the firm’s finding that only five percent of the funds actually outperformed the S&P, while more than ... Freemium Content

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