Hedge fund H1 2024 outlook
A look at the key drivers supporting our favorable outlook for the asset class while further elaborating on the opportunity within hedge fund strategies and sub-strategies.
Hedge funds are a complex asset class. Throughout their history they have, at times, intimidated even the most experienced institutional investors. But today, investable hedge-fund indices make this asset class less daunting and more accessible.
Enter the abrdn Eclipse hedge fund platform. This platform, created in exclusive partnership with HFR, offers passive hedge-fund exposure through physical investments into each of the underlying hedge-fund constituents.
We can offer a variety of flagship HFR indices or build custom indices/benchmarks tailored to your plan's requirements.
This global, equal-weighted multi-strategy investable benchmark that tracks the performance of investable hedge funds that report to the HFR database. It’s a simple and cost efficient way to access the hedge fund benchmark return and it also provides a fair comparison for evaluating active portfolio performance.
This strategy-level index tracker aims to give investors access to the returns on offer from macro hedge-fund managers. It includes both systematic and discretionary macro funds. Through several techniques and methods of analysis, HFRX Indices seek to ensure that each sub-index is a pure representation of its corresponding investment focus.
This multi-strategy approach to hedge fund investing is designed to deliver reduced volatility and low sensitivity to traditional assets with the focus of supporting female investment professionals in the hedge fund industry.
Note: The Funds discussed are not available or suitable for all investors and intended solely for institutional / accredited investors. Potential investors must meet certain regulatory eligibility requirements and criteria. Please refer to the Important Information below and the disclosures provided within the abrdn material for additional, important information regarding the Fund.