If you’re looking to get into the markets as soon as possible, you’re going to want to consider a hedge fund, a new study has found.
And that means it might be worth investing in the funds you think you need the most.
The study, by the University of Michigan’s Center for Macroeconomics, found that hedge funds provide a better deal than traditional funds.
It found that funds that invest in hedge funds have a 3.5 percent return on investment and a 7.3 percent return when adjusted for inflation.
The funds that put money into traditional funds have 4.2 percent and a 3 percent return.
The study also found that the fund investors tend to invest in are not just good value investments, but that they’re also cheaper to manage than their traditional counterparties.
As such, they offer a better option for investing than traditional money.
“A hedge fund invests in a company that is a high-quality company, with an outstanding record of performance, low or moderate risk, and that is being managed for a return that is not driven by high costs,” said lead author David Shulman, a professor of management at the university’s College of Business.
“It provides better return than what you could get from a fund in a similar industry.”
While a hedge funds stock portfolio may be better value, Shulmans research has found that it’s also better to manage your money.
“You don’t need to worry about the fund having a negative impact on your portfolio,” he said.
“You have to worry that it is not going to have a negative effect on your long-term portfolio.
It’s like your mortgage, but you don’t have to take a haircut to make it more manageable.”
Funds tend to perform better than stocks in general because they tend to be better at managing risk.
And because funds tend to have higher returns, they can offer a lower return than stocks do.
Funds also tend to provide better returns than individual stocks, but Shulmann said that returns vary between funds, as well.
“A fund that invests in stocks may outperform a fund that does not invest in stocks,” he added.
“The hedge fund can provide better performance than the individual stock, and a hedge that invests directly in stocks can perform better.
That’s true for the broadest group of stocks, so a fund with a very high return on its investments might perform better.”
Shulman’s research has been published in a peer-reviewed journal called the Journal of Asset Management.
The paper’s findings were published in the October 2018 issue of the journal.