Are Active Managers Really Better In Less-Efficient Markets?

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Are Active Managers Really Better In Less-Efficient Markets?


Active outperformance isn’t easy in any market but stands a better chance when fees are low.

Are Active Managers Really Better In Less-Efficient Markets?

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This Multi-Billion Dollar Energy Fund Is Benefitting From The Recent Market Volatility [Exclusive And In-Depth]

EnergyHITE Hedge's alpha-only funds returned 0.62% for the second quarter, bringing their first-half returns for 2022 to 8.5%. The funds have grown their assets under management to more than $725 million as of Aug. 1. The firm has added about $200 million in assets since the beginning of the year, moving it closer to its Read More