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How to Hedge Your Portfolio

What a difference a crash can make. After labeling hedge funds as risky for years, fund companies now think their tactics are the answer for smaller investors. According to The Wall Street Journal's SmartMoney, it’s easy to see why. Last year, hedge funds were down an average of only 20 percent—bad, but nowhere near as bad as the 37 percent loss for the average stock fund.

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What a difference a crash can make. After labeling hedge funds as risky for years, fund companies now think their tactics are the answer for smaller investors. According to The Wall Street Journal's SmartMoney, it’s easy to see why.Last year, hedge funds were down an...
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