A hedge fund pools money from investors and invests the pool in securities or other types of products.
Because hedge funds aren’t as heavily regulated as other investment products, strategies may be used that increase the risk of losses. Hedge funds are also associated with high fees.
Many hedge funds fail, some within the first year. Hedge funds fail for a multitude of reasons, including poor management, bad investments, unequal distribution, fee structures, and more.
If you lost money in a hedge fund investment, you should seek the advice of a trusted investor rights lawyer who can help you determine whether or not you have a case.
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