Macro hedge funds

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There are many types of hedge funds that use a variety of strategies. A macro hedge fund invests in stock and bond markets and other investment opportunities, such as currencies, in hopes of profiting on significant shifts in such things as global interest rates and countries’ economic policies.

A macro hedge fund is more volatile but potentially faster growing than a distressed-securities hedge fund that buys the equity or debt of companies in financial distress.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ↑ About Hedge Funds. Magnum Funds.