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In Tradestream your Way to Profits, I wrote about how smart investors can use hedge fund filings to create a wining portfolio. By tracking the holding information of some of the most successful investors on the planet, individual investors can piggyback on hedge fund returns. Many in the media — including some people I believe … Continue Reading
In a recent webinar, I sat with Maz Jadallah, founder/CEO of AlphaClone, a software provider and investment manager enabling what I call “piggybacking strategies” of top hedge funds. We discussed some of the objections investors have to creating strategies involving replicating hedge funds. We also provided 5 tips to perform better using cloning strategies. It … Continue Reading
Join us this coming Monday May 9th @ 4pm ET for a free online discussion on the “5 Myths About Cloning Hedge Funds”. We’ve been following hedge fund replication strategies (what I call piggybacking) since the early days of this blog and back to 2009 on NewRules. It’s not only a topic I like to … Continue Reading
Curious to see what resources you use and find most useful for hedge fund cloning, tracking, piggybacking. Vote on the ones below or add your favorites.
A new addition to Tradestreaming, the Tradestreaming Cascade is a highlight reel of some of the past week’s most interesting information. Much of this comes from my Twitter feed, @newrulesinvest. How financial blogging landed me a book deal (New Rules of Investing): Blogging is hard to monetize. Here’s one way financial bloggers can begin to … Continue Reading
Stone Street and The_Analyst had an interesting piece yesterday that appeared on Zero Hedge. Entitled Financial Voyeurism, Why You Can’t Beat Fast Money, the piece took to task all the excitement surrounding hedge fund’s public 13F filings (.pdf) every quarter. According to Stone Street: funds and asset managers with greater than $100 million in assets … Continue Reading