The 2020 hedge fund survey, commissioned by SALT and published in June, which ranked the 50 top-performing funds over the trailing five years through 2019, found as a group they outperformed their peers and the market by a wide margin during the sharp sell-off of 2020’s first quarter. And as markets rebounded over the next two quarters, their average returns ended September far ahead of those generated by the hedge fund industry and the S&P 500.
Featured topics in the report include a wide variety of hedge fund strategies, Covid-19, Alternative Investments, Finance, Asset Management, Fund of Hedge Funds, Equities, Credit, Foreign Exchange, Debt, Fund Management, Hedge Fund Allocators, Hedge Fund Managers, Hedge Fund Redemptions, Investing, Volatility, Standard Deviation, US Markets and Global Markets.
Featured fund managers, listed in alphabetical order, include AG Mortgage Value Partners, Alcentra Structured Credit Opportunities, Alphadyne International Master, Anson Investments, Astra Structured Credit Investments, Barnegat, Boothbay Absolute Return Strategies, Brookdale International Partners, Cadian Fund, ChapelGate Credit Opportunities, Citadel Global Equities, Citadel Global Fixed Income, Citadel Wellington, Covalis Capital Master, D.E. Shaw Composite, Element Capital, Global Sigma Group AGSF, Guggenheim Partners Opportunistic, Haidar Jupiter, HGC Arbitrage, Hudson Cove Credit Opportunity, Intrinsic Edge Capture, Ivalo, John Street Vantage, Kerrisdale Partners, KS Asia Absolute Return, Legion Partners, LibreMax Value, MAK One, Millstreet Credit, Mudrick Distressed Opportunities, Ninepoint TEC Private Credit, Old Kings Capital, Omni Event, One William Street Capital, Owl Creek Credit Opportunities, OWS Credit Opportunities, PIMCO Tactical Opportunities, Renaissance Institutional Equities, Segantii Asia-Pacific Equity Multistrategy, Serone Key Opportunities, Sosin Partners, Tiger Global, Twin Tree Capital Master, Waha MENA, Waterfall Victoria, Wolverine Flagship and Woodson Capital Partners.