These Are the Ten Most Consistent Hedge Funds

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These Are the Ten Most Consistent Hedge Funds
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A hedge fund is a pooled investment fund that invests in relatively liquid assets. It employs several strategies to earn active returns for investors. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the top 20 best-performing hedge funds earned $63.5 billion for investors last year, according to Reuters. These hedge funds may have performed well last year, but when it comes to consistency, not all would come out on top. If you want to know about consistent performers, then detailed below are the ten most consistent hedge funds.

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Ten Most Consistent Hedge Funds

Our list of the ten most consistent hedge funds is based on their five-year annualized net returns through 2019. We have taken the five-year return data from Opalesque. Following are the ten most consistent hedge funds:

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  1. Omni Event (12.78%)

It is an Event Driven hedge fund with a launch date of September 2013. Since its inception through 2019, this fund has had an annualized net return of 10.41%. In Q1 2020, its net return was -13.12%, while through Q3 2020, its net return was -6.48%. The fund earned a return of 14.64% in 2018, while in 2019, it earned 11.15% for the investors.

  1. Serone Key Opportunities Ltd (13.04%)

It is a Structured Credit hedge fund with a launch date of September 2013. Since its inception through 2019, this fund has had an annualized net return of 12.85%. In Q1 2020, its net return was -35.05%, while through Q3 2020, its net return was 9.81%. The fund earned a return of 9.35% in 2018, while in 2019, it earned 9.07% for the investors.

  1. Element Capital (15.24%)

It is a Global Macro hedge fund with a launch date of April 2005. Since its inception through 2019, this fund has had an annualized net return of 19.41%. In Q1 2020, its net return was 1.13%, while through Q3 2020, its net return was 11.46%. The fund earned a return of 17.03% in 2018, while in 2019, it earned 12.12% for the investors.

  1. Renaissance Inst Equities Fund LLC BB (15.26%)

It is an Equity Long Bias hedge fund with a launch date of August 2005. Since its inception through 2019, this fund has had an annualized net return of 11.38%. In Q1 2020, its net return was –14.40%, while through Q3 2020, its net return was -16.81%. The fund earned a return of 8.52% in 2018, while in 2019, it earned 14.16% for the investors.

  1. Millstreet Credit (15.28%)

It is a Credit Long/Short hedge fund with a launch date of June 2010. Since its inception through 2019, this fund has had an annualized net return of 10.78%. In Q1 2020, its net return was -4.38%, while through Q3 2020, its net return was 15.35%. The fund earned a return of 15.79% in 2018, while in 2019, it earned 15.85% for the investors.

  1. Kerrisdale Partners Offshore Ltd (17.61%)

It is an Equity Long Short hedge fund with a launch date of January 2011. Since its inception through 2019, this fund has had an annualized net return of 20.19%. In Q1 2020, its net return was 1.20%, while through Q3 2020, its net return was 17.42%. The fund earned a return of 35.81% in 2018, while in 2019, it earned 21.02% for the investors.

  1. MAK One Fund LP (18.02%)

It is an Opportunistic Distressed and Equity hedge fund with a launch date of March 2004. Since its inception through 2019, this fund has had an annualized net return of 15.12%. In Q1 2020, its net return was -9.40%, while through Q3 2020, its net return was -2.23%. The fund earned a return of 51.40% in 2018, while in 2019, it earned 5% for the investors.

  1. Woodson Capital Partners (18.43%)

It is an Equity Long Short hedge fund with a launch date of January 2010. Since its inception through 2019, this fund has had an annualized net return of 12.07%. In Q1 2020, its net return was 25.08%, while through Q3 2020, its net return was 108.08%. The fund earned a return of 20.08% in 2018, while in 2019, it earned 21.01% for the investors.

  1. KS Asia Absolute Return Fund IC (22.74%)

It is a multi-strategy hedge fund with a launch date of January 2010. Since its inception through 2019, this fund has had an annualized net return of 17.43%. In Q1 2020, its net return was 2.62%. The fund earned a return of 20.17% in 2018, while in 2019, it earned 30.42% for the investors. It is managed by Gen2 Partners, which is a Hong Kong-based hedge fund.

  1. Sosin Partners, LP (31.38%)

It is an Equity Long Bias hedge fund with a launch date of October 2012. This hedge fund is managed by Cas Investment Partners. Since its inception through 2019, this fund has had an annualized net return of 33.01%. In Q1 2020, its net return was -44.36%, while through Q3 2020, its net return was 56.01%. The fund earned a return of 29.79% in 2018, while in 2019, it earned 64.48% for their investors.

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