Absolute return strategies are gaining traction with investors looking for alternative sources of return. But how do they work, and are they the same as hedge funds?
Many investors put them into one category and compare them directly with each other. In fact, they are idiosyncratic, and require case-by-case study, though there are ways to draw general patterns and compare them.
In this white paper, we put them under the microscope and explain what they are, how they work, and where they fit into the wider investing universe.
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