Cheapskate Hedge Fund ETFdb Portfolio

Published on by on December 9, 2011 | Updated February 5, 2014

Portfolio Strategy

Intermediate Risk Tolerance The Cheapskate Hedge Fund ETFdb Portfolio is designed for investors who wish to construct a well rounded portfolio that delivers hedge fund-like returns while keeping a close eye on expenses. Hedge funds are known for delivering non-correlated returns that can add value in both bull and bear markets, although they are also notorious for piling on hefty performance fees and management expenses. The Cheapskate Hedge Fund ETFdb Portfolio provides investors with a cost efficient way to tap into the world of hedge fund investing with an expense ratio that is 130 basis points below the average hedge fund management fee.

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