Hedge Fund Liquidity

Hedge Fund Liquidity

Free Training Video on Hedge Fund Liquidity

The following video was recorded for the Certified Hedge Fund Professional training program.  In this video, I explain hedge fund liquidity and provide a definition of the lock-up period and how it affects hedge fund liquidity.  If you are reading this via RSS or email, click here to watch the video.  

If you'd like to view more free finance training videos, visit FinanceTraining.com.

Here is a summary of this hedge fund training video on Hedge Fund Liquidity:

  1. Liquidity is often something taken into consideration by investors that invest in hedge funds.
  2. With some hedge funds, you have monthly liquidity and you put in a redemption request that will be filled by the end of the month.  
  3. Other hedge funds have long lock-up periods because they invest in assets with longer investment horizons.
  4. The average lock-up period for a hedge fund is 18 months.  
  5. A lock-up period could be very strict or the fund might simply charge a fee for withdrawing your money earlier than the agreed-upon time.  
  6. Institutional investors may be better suited for these longer-term investments.
To learn more about this hedge fund training program, please click here.

Related to: Hedge Fund Liquidity

Tags: Hedge Fund Liquidity, Hedge Fund Liquidity definition, hedge fund lock up period, hedge funds lock up, limited partner lock up, general partner lock up, hedge funds liquidity, fund of hedge funds liquidity, hedge fund investor liquidity

Hedge Fund Videos | 30+ Free Videos on Hedge Funds