Stockholm (HedgeNordic) – Preqin has ranked Norway’s long-biased equity Taiga Fund Management’s Class A – NOK – fund as the most consistent (with a consistency score of 93.55), best-performing stock-selecting fund over the past five years, according to its latest press release on top performing hedge funds. The fund has returned 22.54% annually, net of fees, between 2014-2016.
Preqin ranks funds based on annualized returns and how volatile the funds have been. It also includes funds’ Sharpe ratios, which calculate how much return investors can expect for the amount of risk they take, and their Sortino ratios, which calculates return in relation to volatility to the downside.
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