Investors Should Carry Out Their Own Research On Smaller Hedge Fund Managers

By Donald A. Steinbrugge,Managing Partner Agecroft Partners, LLC   Average hedge fund performance has been mediocre at best over the past five years, which is not surprising because most of the asset flows have been concentrated in a small percentage of firms with the largest assets under management. Many of these firms have morphed into […] Read more »

Momentum in Asset Growth is Vital in Successfully Raising Hedge Fund Assets

By Donald A. Steinbrugge, CFA, Managing Partner Agecroft Partners Many small to mid-sized hedge funds become frustrated because their firm’s assets under management are not growing and they believe the market is biased against them based on their asset size. They are constantly hearing that a majority of assets are flowing to the largest hedge […] Read more »