Many investors believe hedge funds deliver returns of 20% or more each year. That may be the case in some instances, but the data available on hedge fund performance is tainted and doesn't take into account the hefty fees hedge fund managers charge and the enormous risks they assume, The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

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