We just celebrated two years of the Distressed Debt 1 LP Hedge Fund! As one of the top performing Hedge Funds, Distressed Debt 1 LP is managed by Randy Durig, who has published articles online for over two years, and we would like to update our readers on our market perspective and reasons for the hedge fund’s outstanding performance. Distressed debt is often uncorrelated with traditionally composed portfolios and equity markets, and when actively managed as an asset class, has been a top performing security class as judged by these historical studies: Distressed Debt as an asset class has historically outperformed the S&P 500 TR Index Numerous studies have shown that Distressed Debt as an asset class has consistently surpassed the returns Read More …
We are proud to celebrate two years of the Distressed Debt 1 Hedge Fund! The performance generated in the first two years was so strong that we were recognized for our success by various industry ranking agencies and third party analytic firms. During our first 2 years ending September 31 2017: Cumulative return was 199.16% Our compound rate annually was 53.83 % Our Beta was – 0.83 Our Alpha was 4.76 %
Durig Capital provides customized portfolio’s targeting the following: We are offering the following portfolio’s along with our ongoing Fixed Income service. Bond Yields Link to: Bond-Yields.com Your able to self select bonds global off our newsletter and research. Bond Yields is a cash flow generator for our clients, it has outstanding record of providing institutional high yielding bonds for our individual investor, with an great record in returning principle, providing high income, short maturities, with a very low fee, all designed to allow our clients a much higher level of current income. Their is NO minimum investment The average fee is .60 percent yearly. Distressed Debt 1 (DD1) Link to: Distressed Debt
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We are pleased to see that Rolta (NSE:ROLTA) has reported steady and improving profits, as well as free cash flow, when comparing its year over year numbers. We welcome this continued vigilance, but the company’s absurd proposal to their bondholders in regard to a debt restructuring is a wanton disregard for their (bondholders) senior claim on company assets, and should be NOT be taken.