NEW complete three-year performance through 2013: Pawleys Capital Funds
Last October, as a part of the Jobs Act, Congress gave a mandate to the SEC to lift the ban on hedge fund advertising. While the structure of the Pawleys Dividend Fund and Pawleys Growth Fund classifies them as South Carolina hedge funds, the advisory fee is 0.75% compared to the hedge fund standard of 2% PLUS 20% of any profits. The funds are both long-only domestic equity funds, and do not use any type of leverage.
If you are a real numbers-nut, here is additional detail about the fund performance, including performance benchmarking versus the Barclays Hedge Fund Index, historical performance net of fees, volatility and risk/reward ratios.
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