Christian Broda is a managing director at Duquesne Capital Management. He served as an economics professor at the University of Chicago before accepting his current position. He is a prolific author and has written multiple articles and books on the subject of international finance and trade. The American Economic Review and the Quarterly Journal of Economics have published his findings. He was given two National Science Foundation grants to help further his research.
Broda is the associate editor for the Journal of Development Economics and has served terms at Columbia University and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He is also a member of the Society for Economic Dynamics, the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Economia Journal.
Broda is responsible for multiple hedge fund start-ups and is an experienced economist. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from MIT. Dr. Broda is married with two sons.
Broda has several tips on how start your own hedge funds. Hedge funds can be tricky to begin on your own without the proper legal information. The lack of sufficient oversight in the current investment world can make it easy for an investor to practice fraudulent activity. Hedge funds by themselves, however, are not illegal and are a great way to stabilize your finances without placing yourself at a large risk.
According to Broda, hedge funds operate by investor teams, including traders, junior analysts and a chief financial advisor. There are many more key components, but the three mentioned above are the most critical. You will also need a relationship with a law firm. Hedge funds must always have a legal representative, along with advisors. Since super law firms tend to charge more than is necessary, try to work with smaller firms to avoid overspending.
The prime broker you select will be responsible for all your trades. This broker will hold the record of your stocks and enable the purchases of your hedge fund.
You will need funding to get your hedge fund up and running. The best way to start your hedge fund is to find capital investors who are willing to invest in your fund. Locating and securing these investors is a painful and time-consuming process, as you will need to work with them to ensure satisfaction of both sides.
It’s best if you have a professional office space from which to operate. A professional appearance can help attract the necessary investors and give you an enduring hedge fund.
For information on Christian’s thoughts on the state of the US dollar, see his profile on ValueWalk.