Long equity exposure was the main driver for most who did well in April as global markets roared ahead. The rally began in early March and even the threat of a global influenza epidemic and the Chrysler bankruptcy did not hinder this rally.
Aurora Global Opportunities was up 4.78% for April to leave three-month numbers at 3.77% while Dorchester Capital Partners' Select Opportunities gained 3.59% bringing three-month returns to 0.84%. Silver Creek Dillon/Flaherty Partners was up 3.46% to put three-month figures at 0.38%.
Haussmann Holdings was up 2.53% to leave three-month numbers at 1.72% while Rembrandt Partners saw a