36 South, the hedge fund whose ‘Black Swan’ vehicle returned 200% in 2008, plans to launch a UCITS version of its long-volatility structure for investors concerned with the current market environment.
36 South CEO and CIO Jerry Haworth said the London-based fund is hoping to launch its first UCITS fund in the third quarter of 2014, in response to what he described as a “burning need” for volatility...
According to analysis from Trendrating
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High level data analysis can provide useful flags, but the real challenge is to understand the dynamics and key economic factors to create a much more detailed picture of whether GEMS (or any asset class) offer good value.
AGM held earlier today