The industry's ability to generate alpha has been scrutinized recently. Let's examine whether new trends indicate better days ahead.
Author: Stan Altshuller
FANG & FAANG stocks are all over the news right now, but are they popular with hedge funds? We'll explore in this article.
In this piece, we'll explore possible outcomes of hedge fund crowding under the lens of the classic logic problem, The Prisoner's Dilemma.
These days, investors are demanding more transparency into their investments. But what do they do with the data once they have it?
Any reader of Novus Research knows that crowding is on the rise, but why? Our Chief Research Officer offers one simple reason.
In this piece, fresh off the release of Q4 2016 HF ownership data, we dive into the latest hedge fund trends for institutional investors.
In this article, we'll take a close look at market timing and how to measure it for managers who provide limited transparency.
2016 ended on a strong note for US equities. In total, December was a solid month for hedge funds and their investors. Read more here.
In lieu of our normal top trends list we write to close out each quarter, this time we'll focus on the biggest trend in 2016: quant funds.
It's been quoted that a billion dollars a day leaves managed funds in favor of index funds. In this post, we'll examine the reasons.