If you are going to use some set of risk-reward measures (such as Sharpe Ratio) to judge investment performance, you need to keep your eyes on the prize: The overall performance of your portfolio, not that of the individual portfolio components.
We are featured in a Profit & Loss Magazine Special Report discussing hedge fund performance, along with luminaries Cliff Asness and Bill Lipschutz!
We show how manager diversification improves confidence in predicting future hedge fund returns and can be used as a substitute for demanding long track records.
Hedge fund return predictability depends on having a long track record to analyze. How long is long enough? You won’t like the answer.