Hedge Fund defined: A hedge fund is an exceptionally risky and largely unregulated US investment partnership which employs aggressive leverage to multiply gains (or losses) from fluctuations in the prices of financial instruments (bonds, notes, securities). Hedge funds are restricted under US law to less than 100 investors who typically put in a minimum of one million dollars each.
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