CFA Practice Question

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CFA Practice Question

Differences between hedge funds and mutual funds are:

I. most hedge funds are exempt from many reporting requirements for the typical public investment company.
II. investors can buy shares of hedge funds in the open market.
III. a typical hedge fund transaction gives consideration to the specific tax needs of its investors.
IV. the minimum required investment is much higher for a hedge fund than that for a mutual fund.
Correct Answer: I and IV

II: Most hedge funds are not offered for sale to the general public. They can only be sold via private placement.

IV: The minimum investment is typically $250,000 for a hedge fund.

User Contributed Comments 4

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johntan1979 III FACT: Hedge funds don't give a damn about your taxes.
johntan1979 UPDATE on IV: Most hedge funds nowadays require a minimum of $1 million
abeeman924 V. Most of them have shitty performance
10425406 Some of them have great performance
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