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hedge fund


She doesn’t want to invest in the hedge fund because they won’t reveal the structure of their investments.
  a flexible investment company for a small number of large investors that can use high-risk investment techniques that are not allowed for mutual funds
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A hedge fund often requires a minimum investment of a million dollars and practices risky techniques like short-selling and heavy leveraging (use of borrowed money to risk more than the invested amount).
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  • She doesn’t want to invest in the hedge fund because they won’t reveal the structure of their investments.
  • One of the most successful hedge fund managers in the country, he was wildly wealthy, handsome, and considered by many to be the most eligible bachelor south of the Mason-Dixon Line.
    Nicholas Sparks  --  The Choice
  • Some of my dot-corn and hedge fund clients have second homes in exotic places, exotic to me anyway, Antigua and Mexico and the Bahamas, Monte Carlo and Juan-les-Pins and Sintra, interesting local wines and cocktails on terraced gardens with palm trees and agaves and white umbrellas whipping out by the pool like sails.
    Donna Tartt  --  The Goldfinch
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Associated words [difficulty]:   hedge fund [9] , Individual Retirement Account (IRA) [3] , bond [4] , financial commodities [5] , stock [7] , mutual fund [8] , municipal bond [9]
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