Friday, June 12, 2009


How Far are Hedge Funds from their High-Water Marks?

The topical study from the June 2009 issue of The Hedge Fund Flow Report. Gain insight into industry trends and hedge fund asset flows before you make your next important decision.

The average hedge fund in the BarclayHedge database gained 4.9% from January to April following a 24.2% loss in 2008. We believe the average distance from high-water mark is a good complement to hedge funds returns. The average distance from the high-water mark is especially important to predict hedge fund revenues because most hedge funds can only collect their performance fees if it is exceeded. Also, the average distance from the high-water mark is a good indication of the time it will take for hedge fund investors to get back even.

In this study, we found that:

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From the June 2009 issue of The Hedge Fund Flow Report. The Hedge Fund Flow Report combines the accuracy of the BarclayHedge database with the analytical insight of TrimTabs Investment Research. The report is generated by TrimTabs Investment Research using the most current data on thousands of hedge funds. An annual subscription includes 12 monthly updates as well as a spreadsheet containing historical flow aggregates by category.

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