2014 Investor Outlook: Cambridge Associates' Jerry Kraus more interested in risk factors than strategies
By Simone Foxman
Wed Jan 15, 2014
The head of the hedge fund practice at independent investment advisor Cambridge Associates, which advises more than $33 billion in hedge fund assets, tells us what’s on his mind.
||Jerry Kraus, head
of the hedge fund consulting practice at investment
consultant Cambridge Associates, which advises $33
billion in hedge fund assets.
What hedge fund strategies will do
best in 2014? Why?
Although such strategies were often not among the
best performers in the past 18 months, now is the time to look
at strategies or funds with the proven ability to identify
short positions and trade well in volatile markets.
At the moment, we're less interested in buying or selling a
specific strategy, but not for the reasons you might think.
Right now, it makes more sense to think about risk factors,
many of which are common across strategies, rather...
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