The first quarter of this year brought hedge funds little in the way of relief from their historically poor performance. They entered 2015 coming off a sixth-straight year of trailing U.S. stocks by significant margins. And for the 10-year period from 2005 through 2014—which includes the worst bear market in the post-Great Depression era—the HFRX Global Hedge Fund Index returned just 0.7 percent per year, underperforming every single major equity and bond asset class.
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