NEW YORK - Hedge funds are notorious for being secretive, private investment pools, but the time has finally come for them to become more transparent in order to capture the billions of dollars floating around alpha-seeking institutional investors' pockets.

Here's the key question: Assume you are a qualified investor with at least $1 million in assets. How do you conduct due diligence to find out what you're buying?

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