How much can you make working at a hedge fund?
We found that junior traders typically earn $300k – $3m per year, and it’s possible to reach these roles in 4 – 8 years.
Senior portfolio managers can easily earn over $10m per year, though average earnings are probably lower.
Read on for the details.
How do I get a job at a hedge fund?
When it comes down to the working hours in a hedge fund, you will work much lesser than investment banking or private equity jobs. You don’t need to put in 100+ hours in the hedge fund. All you need is 70 hours work week. Most of the professionals who work in hedge funds, usually, work 50-70 hours per week.
How does a hedge fund make money?
Hedge fund makes money by charging a Management Fee and a Performance Fee. While these fees differ by fund, they typically run 2% and 20% of assets under management. These fees are generally paid monthly or quarterly and help pay overhead and daily expenses of running the hedge fund.
What is a hedge fund trader?
Hedge funds are pools of capital from various investors, used by hedge fund traders (also called Portfolio Managers) to generate profits in financial markets. These traders can be used to trade various types of instruments: equity, debt, derivatives, etc.