- Now that hedge funds have the green light to market their wares, they are zeroing in on independent financial advisers. It might be a good time for advisers to bone up on their hedge-speak. An opportunity for hedge funds to reach “tens or hundreds” of potential investors
- Meet the Hedge Clippers, the dogged activists specifically targeting hedge funds for all that they represent and any other reason that comes to mind. 'The economy works if you're a hedge fund billionaire and it doesn't if you're a waitress'
- Commercial real estate is not for the meek, but those with strong stomachs could find big rewards. Accepting the risks of rising interest rates
- How bad was the third quarter for stocks? The Dow would need a 1,600-point run to get back to even. Quarterly carnage
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