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Basics of a Hedge Fund


What do Hedge Funds invest in?

Hedge funds have a wide array of choices for investing a portfolio.
There are many types of hedge funds available. Some funds may utilize the more recognized approach of investing in well-known securities using leverage to pursue higher returns in short-term time frames. Hedging strategies may also be used in these funds, creating more risk but allowing the fund to pursue returns more aggressively. Some funds may focus on less-known or unusual investments, with or without long holding periods, that are anticipated to be lucrative at the end of their investment cycle. Other funds may be very short-term focused, or may focus on other areas away from returns, such as investing in specific market segments or setting specific targets like managing market risk exposure.. The range of investment can vary widely, so it may be possible to find a fund that fills a particular goal in an investment portfolio.

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Why a Private Hedge Fund?

A private hedge fund can bring a different perspective to an investment portfolio that may otherwise not be available. Since these funds can invest in ways that are different from publicly registered funds, performance can be quite different as well, with the potential for higher returns. For those investors with particular needs, or specific performance objectives, this fund class may have the solutions an investor is searching for. Hedge funds can have broad or targeted investment styles.

Managing an investment portfolio and keeping track of its strengths and weaknesses, as well as re-balancing, takes time and commitment.. Not all investors have the time, resources, or in-depth knowledge of potential investments and market movements to effectively manage a portfolio in line with their goals.Private hedge funds offer an excellent solution. Each fund is managed by a professional advisor who follows the investing method described for the fund. A private hedge fund can take the guesswork out of managing a portfolio.

Getting started with a private hedge fund is fairly simple. Contact the Investment Advisor about your interest and see if your investment can be accepted. It’s that easy to get serious about your investment goals.


Basics of a Hedge Fund

Why a Private Hedge Fund?

A private hedge fund can bring a different perspective to an investment portfolio that may otherwise not be available. Since these funds can invest in ways that are different from publicly registered funds, performance can be quite different as well, with the potential for higher returns. For those investors with particular needs, or specific performance objectives, this fund class may have the solutions an investor is searching for. Hedge funds can have broad or targeted investment styles.

Managing an investment portfolio and keeping track of its strengths and weaknesses, as well as re-balancing, takes time and commitment.. Not all investors have the time, resources, or in-depth knowledge of potential investments and market movements to effectively manage a portfolio in line with their goals.Private hedge funds offer an excellent solution. Each fund is managed by a professional advisor who follows the investing method described for the fund. A private hedge fund can take the guesswork out of managing a portfolio.

Getting started with a private hedge fund is fairly simple. Contact the Investment Advisor about your interest and see if your investment can be accepted. It’s that easy to get serious about your investment goals.

What do Hedge Funds invest in?

Hedge funds have a wide array of choices for investing a portfolio.
There are many types of hedge funds available. Some funds may utilize the more recognized approach of investing in well-known securities using leverage to pursue higher returns in short-term time frames. Hedging strategies may also be used in these funds, creating more risk but allowing the fund to pursue returns more aggressively. Some funds may focus on less-known or unusual investments, with or without long holding periods, that are anticipated to be lucrative at the end of their investment cycle. Other funds may be very short-term focused, or may focus on other areas away from returns, such as investing in specific market segments or setting specific targets like managing market risk exposure.. The range of investment can vary widely, so it may be possible to find a fund that fills a particular goal in an investment portfolio.

Sirius's Investment Philosophy
Find out more about the Sirius Fund