Help AR pick the next Funds to Watch

By Lawrence Delevingne

Mon Sep 10, 2012


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Which rising stars are headed for greatness? Who deserves more assets and investors? You tell us.


      
 
Many of AR's Funds to Watch, such as those managed by Deepak Narula of Metacapital Management (above), have been good picks. Metacapital's flagship fund, recommended in November 2010, rose 23.61% in 2011 and is up 24.16% in 2012 through July. Last year's five Funds to Watch have produced an equal-weighted year-to-date return of 10.75% through July.
AR is now accepting nominations for its annual Funds to Watch feature, in which we profile up-and-coming hedge funds and their managers. Please submit your nominations to editorial@absolutereturn.net by October 1.

Submissions should include a pitch book with performance and biographical details and each firm's contacts. The materials are only used for selection purposes and will not be posted or distributed.

To be considered, funds must:
 »»  Be at least one year old.
 »»  Manage assets of less than $500 million, firmwide.
 »»  Have great performance, ideally with no down years to date.

Previous Funds to Watch: 

2011: Abundance, Central Square, Corre, Hildene, Silvercreek

2010: James Alpha, RiverNorth, Saturn, Global Credit Advisors, Metacapital

2009: Axel, Barnegat, Bearing, Brownstone, Cobia, Covepoint, Echo Bridge, Forum, Kingstown, Stelliam

2008: Braeside, Brookline, Coeus, HAM, Madden, Madison Realty, Shorewater, Spartan, Tiden, Tokum

2007: Alerian, Archer, Brenner West, Brick, Brightline, Cedar Ridge, Coliseum, Gargoyle, Hayman, Hudson Bay, Litmus, Rogge, Saddle Rock, Springhouse, Thesis, U Capital

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H