New analysis from the Financial Times has revealed that investment in hedge funds turned out to be a poor investment for US pension funds, which have failed to pick the best performing funds. The FT figures, compiled by academics at Maastricht University and Yale University, show between 2000 and 2008, US pension funds received just 1.9% a year return on average from hedge fund poor investments. The UK newspaper has indicated that such poor returns may force pension funds to re-evaluate their hedge fund investment strategy. Although traditionally viewed as a risky market, pension funds could do well to assess the
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