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eVestment's Top Hedge Funds In March

eVestment's monthly list of hedge fund voyeurism sees Hudson Bay Capital's Hudson Bay Fund come in as the most viewed product by the institutional investors and consultants who subscribe to eVestment in March. Two Sigma's Risk Premia composite took the silver medal and Coatue's Offshore Master Fund took bronze.

The top ten most viewed products in March on the eVestment platform were:


At the investment manager level, Bridgewater won again (it also won in January); its All-Weather 12% fund was Bridgewater's top viewed product, and it also came in fifth in the list of most viewed individual products overall. Renaissance and Hudson bay rounded out the top 3.

The top ten most viewed firms in March on the eVestment platform and their most viewed product were:


Strategy-wise, hedge funds employing fundamental long/short equity strategies were the most requested, no doubt bouyed by the widely-reported success of these funds in Q1 this year. Within the strategy Coatue Management's Offshore Master Fund was the product that received the most eyeballs.


Hudson Bay's success this month rocketed them to the top of both the 'Rising Firms' and the 'Rising Funds' lists. The former shows the firms with the most change in the most recent month (March) vs. their 6 month moving average along with their fund that meets the same criteria, and the latter the products with the most change (same criteria).

The top ten Rising Firms:

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and the top ten Rising Funds:

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