Monday, October 26, 2009

How does a hedge fund work?

Candice Choi of the The Associated Press recently took time to break down how a hedgefund works and what are the basic ins-and-outs of investing in one. For example, one must have at least a $200,000 income, and the fact that hedge funds are not allowed to advertise, but are reliant on the word-of-mouth marketing by their investors. Read the full article here.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Investing continues, but with more caution

According to Financial Planning, more investors are turning back to hedge funds, according to JP Morgan's private bank. But the investors are paying more attention to certain things such as market volatility, liquidity and overall risk. They also care about the transparency of their investments. Read the full article here.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Investors returning to high risk investments

According to Reuters, JP Morgan Chase is seeing more investors turning to high risk investments. As investors has held back from investing in high risk opportunities over the past year, now investors are returning, as they believe that the financial crisis is, for the most part, over. Read more about new new income investment flow here.