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If there’s one area of the market that many investors still find mysterious it has to be hedge funds.

After all, hedge funds and their strategies continue to be the stuff of legends. The secretive pools of capital reserved for only high-net-worth, institutional and accredited investors continues to capture our imaginations. Even if their returns haven’t been as great in recent years.

And there’s good reason. The recent lower returns don’t mean that hedge funds aren’t a valid way to capture returns. They aren’t just about beating an index but more about risk-adjusted returns. So, emulating their strategies and non-correlated assets does make some sense for regular investors as well.

A recent survey by hedge fund marketing and research firm Agecroft Partners highlights exactly what these secretive funds are doing. For us regular folks, it provides plenty of answers on how we might want to get an alternative fix for our portfolios.

Check here to learn how to buy into hedge funds and collect a big dividend.

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