When you’re looking for a hedge fund, you might want to consider a mutual fund, according to a new report.
The Center for the Study of Financial Technology at Harvard University found that about 20% of hedge fund investors have a high school degree or less, and the average age for a first-time hedge fund investor is 31.
The study also found that the average amount of money invested in a hedge funds is around $25,000 per year.
The most common hedge fund types include:A: Large-Cap S&P 500 ETF (stock index fund)A: Small-Cap Russell 1000 ETF (private equity index fund with a high rate of return)A2: Large Cap U.S. S&s;P500 ETF (total market index fund and the top performer)A4: Small Cap Russell 2000 ETF (small-cap index fund in the same way as a large-cap fund, but with a lower rate of returns)The study found that some of the best hedge funds have been developed by the financial services industry.
In addition to the Russell 2000 fund, the Vanguard fund is a favorite of hedge funds because of its higher fees and a better return.
For example, the average fee for a Vanguard fund in 2019 was $2.15 per trade, which is nearly a quarter of the average fund in 2017.
The average fund performance is also much higher than the fund’s peers.
Vanguard’s average return was 3.9% in 2019, versus 3.2% for the Russell 1000 fund.
The median return on the fund is 3.7%.
The most expensive fund in 2018 was Vanguard’s S&ams; P500 ETF, which cost $1,000 more than a similar fund from a different fund provider.
The fund is one of the largest in the S&am portfolio, with about $2 trillion in assets.
The S&ips; P-500 fund, which has a much higher return than the Vanguard portfolio, is the third-most expensive fund on the index, trailing only the Vanguard and Russell 2000 funds.