UK - Global Advisors has launched a precious metals long-short hedge fund, aimed at institutional investors.
The specialist fund manager said the long-short fund would invest in a variety of markets including precious metals, mining equities and relevant equity index derivatives.
The minimum investment is $150,000 (£86,900) and the firm will charge a 2% management fee, and a performance fee of 20%.
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