Where No Fund Has Gone Before

McGee, Suzanne
October 2005
Investment Dealers' Digest;10/24/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 40, p22
Trade Publication
Focuses on trends in the hedge funds and private equity market in the United States citing the search for a fund able to invest in anything from oil wells and timberland to publicly-traded securities. Operations of investment banks and companies; Comparison of the two investment styles; Market and economic indicators.


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