Fundamentals of Hedge Fund Investing: A Professional Investor's Guide
Fundamentals of Hedge Fund Investing seeks to demystify the little known world of hedge funds. This informative and no-holds-barred book - written by William Crerend, one of the giants of institutional investing - provides a bottom-line introduction to this exciting investment class. Beyond simply explaining today's hedge fund picture, however, Fundamentals of Hedge Fund Investing examines and explains the distinct strategies and cultural differences among hedge funds.
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