In the hot seat

Tera, Brian
September 2007
Money Marketing;9/27/2007, p38
The author reflects on the performance of Betelgeuse Investment Funds in the critical market. He states that the industry remains strong despite of the turmoil in the credit market and the decline of product demand because investors continue to buy more cautious and absolute return funds. He believes that the optimism of the Europeans to fight back for global prosperity will lead to greater demand of investment products.


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