A new tool called the Hedge Fund Definition Index has been created by the Vanguard mutual funds industry’s leading hedge fund firms.
The Hedge Fund Definitions Index is a database of hedge fund companies, their managers, and their performance metrics.
Each fund has its own unique metric, and it is based on the investment strategy of its managers.
The index also includes metrics like “volatility,” “fund performance,” “performance relative to peers,” and “funds volatility, price appreciation, and earnings per share.”
The index is currently available to users at Vanguard, Vanguard ETFs, Vanguard Total Return Fund, and Vanguard Small-Cap Value ETFs.
The hedge fund definition index is meant to be an industry-wide reference, and will be updated as new data becomes available.
For the most part, these metrics will be more accurate than individual hedge funds themselves.
For instance, the hedge fund managers’ “risk-adjusted” return will likely be a better metric than a single hedge fund’s overall performance, but if you are looking to invest in a particular fund, the index should give you a good indication of how the fund’s management will perform over time.
But this index does not take into account the fact that a hedge fund manager might invest in more than one hedge fund.
Rather, it tracks a hedge funds performance in terms of a portfolio of all hedge funds.
So if you invest in two funds, you will have a greater sense of how well each fund is performing in the aggregate.
The new index will also include more details on the companies the hedge funds invest in.
The list includes companies like Microsoft, ExxonMobil, and the National Association of Manufacturers.
The fund’s performance data will be released as a report to investors in the coming months.
The goal of the Hedge Funds Definition Index is to give investors a better sense of the hedge-fund companies’ performance over time and help investors make better investments.
For more on the index, check out the chart below.