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Hedge fund performance dispersion increased in 2Q18 over the low level seen the prior quarter as the performance of both the top and bottom quartiles increased.
In the trailing 12 months ending 2Q18, fund performance dispersion totaled 37.9 percent, which is down from the calendar year 2017 performance dispersion of 51.8 percent.The rolling 12-month dispersion ending 1Q18 totaled 40.7, which is down from the calendar year 2017 performance dispersion of 51.8 percent.Average hedge fund management and incentive fees began 2018 at the lowest level since HFR began estimating them in 2008; in 1Q18 management fees declined to another record low while incentive fees rose slightly.Funds die but their data lives on — revealing lucrative insights on industry trends, managers’ track records and attrition rates within sectors.The Barclay Hedge Graveyard Database has comprehensive information on 21,467 liquidated or non-reporting For more than 30 years, Barclay Hedge has been the premier source for hedge fund and managed futures data for tier one banks, brokers, asset allocators, institutional firms, investment platforms, researchers and more.
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Hedge fund performance dispersion slightly widened in 1Q18, with the top decile of HFRI gaining 9.5 in 1Q18, down from an average of 13.4 percent in 4Q 2017, while the bottom decile decline fell to -11.2 percent, a more precipitous drop from the mild decline of -5.8 percent in 4Q.