Hedge funds are known to make use of
complex investment strategies that should provide with high profitable returns in any capacity. However, in reality a lot of the initiatives fail due to the absence of long-term thinking and huge amount of borrowed investments. This might turn risky considering the unpredictability of the digital currency industry.
Hedge stats: The specialist in hedge fund, Barclay Hedge, has produced new stats and datas which show that the index has dropped by 29.2% in March, 2018. And the cumulative loss of this year sums up to be 43.1%.
“Based on the knowledge gained from our 32 years of experience in collecting, compiling, analyzing, and indexing performance data from alternative investment funds, we wanted to minimize statistical biases which can distort historical index returns.. We chose a January 2018 start date to avoid survivorship bias, backdating and selection bias”, said Sol Waksman, the President of the Institution.
What does Hedge Funds do?
The Hedge funds was established in the year 1985, known then as The Barclay Group. Mr Barclay Hedge says that they provide hedge fund services to institutional investors from all around the globe. They also help manage the futures data measurements and the funds related portfolios. Along with the 25 Indices, Hedge Funds sopports 148 other Indices for financial sectors and institutions of North America and Europe.
“The ability to trade Bitcoin futures on exchanges such as CME and Cboe, which are respected worldwide, provides a much-needed level of transparency, investor safety, and credibility to the price–discovery process and creates a level of institutional legitimacy that is crucial for growth in this sector. Within days of the launch of Bitcoin futures, Bitcoin rose to its all-time high of just under $20,000 on December 18 last year. Today’s prices are just over $8,000. Folks have their opinions, but no one really knows if it’s a bubble or a correction”, stated Mr Waksman.