Hedge funds aren't what they used to be

May 13, 2016
The markets are swamped by 10,000 hedge funds competing against each other.
It's not looking like the 90s anymore. Big insurers like AIG and MetLife have said they're slashing their investments with hedge fund by between half and two thirds.
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