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PerTrac study: Investment returns of hedge funds fell in 2011

Photo credit: Renjith Krishnan
Photo credit: Renjith Krishnan

The annual returns of three categories of hedge funds defined by size were negative in 2011, according to a new report.

PerTrac, a New York-based provider of analytics, reporting and communications software and services for investment professionals, disclosed this finding in the October 2012 release of “Impact of Size and Age of Hedge Fund Performance: 1996-2011.” The sixth annual version of the PerTrac’s analysis of the performance trends for funds of different sizes and ages, the study provides the most recent full-year data on hedge fund performance, plus information dating to January 1996 for historical and directional consideration.

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