The Future of Hedge Fund Investing spells out in refreshingly stark terms exactly how the industry let down its clients, and the changes needed to restore their confidence. Written by Monty Agarwal, the founder of Predator Capital Management, this insider's guide gives a full assessment of the business, including the advantages of hedge funds, their pitfalls, and, most importantly, how to avoid these missteps.
The book begins by describing the hedge fund universe, which includes funds and fund of funds; fund regulators, major investors, and middlemen; and fee structures, incentives, and typical investment strategies. From here, Agarwal explores possible solutions and fixes as he touches upon several important issues within this field.Examines hedge funds' role in the 2008 market crisis and what can be learned from it Discusses the structural changes for fund of funds in areas including trading, diversification, risk management, and due diligence Provides guidance for investors to follow when interviewing hedge fund managers
Whether you're a financial professional, a potential investor, or simply an interested reader, The Future of Hedge Fund Investing gives you a clear look at the state of hedge funds today as well as a picture of what the future may hold for them.
The absence of a moral compass in the administration of political economies promotes the acquisition and vigorous defense of a monopoly over resources, leading to unsustainable, gross imbalances. It has provided us with every single form of the enslavements mentioned above.
This book undertakes a process of discovery across civilizations and time periods to unearth the development of the political economy. It offers solutions, drawn from the global wisdom of philosophers from all major surviving civilizations, for governments, industry, and the common man to guide society away from economic enslavement and to help mitigate the human suffering that results from societal imbalances.