Hedge Funds Averaged 2% Loss on Fewer Opportunities

July 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Sheila Dharmarajan reports that hedge funds have lost an average of two percent per year for the last five years as there have been fewer investment opportunities despite more money flowing into the funds. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves."

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