The table below compares the performance and other essential indicators like dividend yield and expense ratio of 28 Hedge Fund ETFs.
Hedge fund ETFs are a type of exchange-traded fund (ETF) that aim to replicate the returns of a hedge fund or a basket of hedge funds. They typically use a variety of strategies, such as long-short, market neutral, and event-driven, to generate returns.
Hedge fund ETFs aim to provide investors with access to hedge fund strategies and returns, which are traditionally only available to high-net-worth individuals and institutional investors. They offer a lower-cost and more liquid alternative to investing directly in a hedge fund.
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Risk vs. Return Scatterplot