Hedge Fund Marketing Alliance Publishes the Hedge Fund Cheat Sheet

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Quick Reference Tool Provides a Beginner's Guide to Hedge Funds

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Hedge Fund Cheat Sheet

The Hedge Fund Cheat Sheet is a tool that can move you up the learning curve, fast.

Want to learn more about the secret world of hedge funds? Look no further than the latest Hedge Fund Cheat Sheet. Published by the Hedge Fund Marketing Alliance, the document provides a comprehensive primer on the basics of hedge funds, making it an excellent educational tool. It also offers tips for the more sophisticated investor. This quick-reference tool sells for $19 USD, but you can download it for free for personal use.

The Hedge Fund Cheat Sheet includes a beginner’s guide to commonly used hedge fund terms, explains the benefits and costs associated with investing in them, discusses the differences between hedge funds and mutual funds, reviews the legalities and structure of hedge funds, and defines twelve common hedge fund investment strategies.

For more sophisticated investors, the Hedge Fund Cheat Sheet offers reasons why investing in a hedge fund can make sense in an overall portfolio context, clarifies transparency, gives tips to lessen the high cost of due diligence by investing in a hedge “fund of funds,” and talks about the potential for hedge fund indices.

“The Hedge Fund Cheat Sheet is a quick reference tool that can move you up the learning curve, fast,” said David Kochanek, publisher of HedgeFundMarketing.org. “This document works well both in the classroom and in quickly educating people on the basics of hedge funds.”

You can immediately download the Hedge Fund Cheat Sheet for free (a $19 value) for your personal use. Simply register at HedgeFundMarketing.org, where you can also get information on commercial and bulk pricing of the report.

About the Hedge Fund Marketing Alliance

Since 2001, HedgeFundMarketing.org was designed for hedge fund professionals, financial advisors, investment consultants, and other professionals who are involved in the placement or distribution of hedge funds. Investment professionals can find information and articles designed to help fund managers raise capital and build strong investor relationships.

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