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Private Investment Funds

Private Investment Funds are pooled investment vehicles that satisfy an exemption from public registration in the Investment Company Act of 1940. Private funds are offered to Accredited Investors.

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Retirement & IRAs

Basics of a Private Fund

Private Investment Funds, also known as ‘hedge funds’, are pooled investment vehicles that invest in other securities and financial instruments.

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Building Wealth with Hedge Funds

Hedge Funds can add an element to an investment portfolio that may assist in achieving certain investment goals.

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Take the anxiety out of structuring your investment portfolio. Let an expert do the investing for you.

You don’t have to be a portfolio manager to be successful at investing. Private investment funds, also known as hedge funds, are an excellent way to invest without having to know the ins-and-outs of investment management. Behind every fund is a professional manager whose responsibility is to select the fund’s holdings and manage them on a daily basis.

Take the anxiety out of structuring your investment portfolio. Let an expert do the investing for you.

You don’t have to be a portfolio manager to be successful at investing. Private investment funds, also known as hedge funds, are an excellent way to invest without having to know the ins-and-outs of investment management. Behind every fund is a professional manager whose responsibility is to select the fund’s holdings and manage them on a daily basis.

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Common Myths about Hedge Funds

1. The main purpose of a hedge fund is to hedge risk.

While some hedge funds use hedging as an integral part of their investment strategy, others may not, or may use hedging with the sole purpose of pursuing additional returns, a strategy that generally adds risk. The fund’s documents will specify what type of hedging practices the fund uses in its investment strategy.

2. Hedge funds invest in exotic securities.

Not all hedge funds invest in rare, unknown securities that most investors would not choose. Some hedge funds invest in traditional holdings commonly available, such as equities and ETFs, and use a hedging strategy to pursue higher returns. Investment objectives and styles vary, providing many choices for investors to achieve their goals.

3. Hedge Funds are secretive and mysterious.

Hedge funds are exempt from registration and may seem mysterious as a result. However, each hedge fund has an offering document that explains its investing goals and investment strategy with details on how that strategy will be deployed. The most secretive part of hedge funds is that they are marketed only to accredited investors and are not available to the general public.

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