AIA Touts Absolute Return Strategy

September 2005
Investment Management Weekly;9/26/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 36, p6
Focuses on the Absolute Strategies Fund, an open-end fund of the Absolute Investment Advisers that seeks absolute returns from alternative investments carrying a low correlation to traditional market indices. Advantage of the fund over hedge funds; Objectives of the fund; Major risk at Absolute Strategies.


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