Hedge funds are investment funds that employ a variety of sophisticated strategies to generate returns. They are typically managed by experienced investors who employ a variety of techniques to buy and sell stocks, bonds, and other securities. Hedge funds can be extremely profitable, but they are also highly risky and can lose money as quickly as they make it. As a result, they are not suitable for all investors. This section contains news, articles, and videos related to hedge funds, their strategies, and the risks and rewards of investing in them.
"People did expect a hawkish hold from the Fed, but it’s the extent of the hawkishness that surprised. We thought they may take one cut out of next year’s forecasts — instead they took two out. So it was much more hawkish than markets were pricing in."