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“Black box” hedge funds profit in volatile markets
Posted By kurtnimmo On August 25, 2011 @ 4:37 am In Global Crisis,Old Infowars Posts Style,Tile | Comments Disabled
August 25, 2011
Hedge funds run by sophisticated computer programs are profiting from large falls in stock markets and a rocketing gold price this month, even as funds managed by human beings struggle to cope with high market volatility.
Insiders say so-called managed futures funds, which try to latch onto market trends, are making money from declining bond yields and falling equities, as investors seek safe havens amid the eurozone debt crisis and after the U.S.’s credit rating downgrade.
These “black box” funds are up 4.2 percent so far this month, according to Hedge Fund Research’s HFRX index, while the average hedge fund is down 4.0 percent and managers betting on rising and falling stock prices have lost a hefty 7.3 percent on average.
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