Do Hedge Funds Suck? With Max Nissman, Olivier d’Assier, and Scott Treloar

We sat down with three different legs of the hedge fund stool who (feeling the currently hedge fund investment landscape is a bit broker) are partnering on bringing some disruption to the hedge fund space with a new platform/fund of funds approach to analyze and allocate to different strategies.  This three-way conversation touches on the perception that hedge funds suck in light of their stock market underperformance, and what investors can do about it. We’ve got Managing Member at Linnis, Max Nissman, Noviscient’s CIO, Scott Treloar, and Managing Director at AXIOMA, Olivier d’Assier. Are hedge funds outdated? Do they still provide the value that their known for? Are we being too hard and we shouldn’t “fix what isn’t broken”? Can AI help identify the poor performers. Take a listen.

 

Chapters:

00:00-01:50 = Intro

01:51-14:41 = Origins

14:48-29:21 = Hedge Fund Space

29:28-52:56 = Secret Sauce & A.I.

53:04-58:02 = Favorites

 

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