With returns on both bonds and stocks dwindling, investors are seeking higher ground. Increasingly, that means that their money finds its way into alternative investments like hedge funds.

Recent headlines trumpeted the move by Taft-Hartley pensions to transfer some of their $360 billion to hedge funds. When conservative unions show up at hedge fund doors, can conservative accountants be far behind? The answer depends on which research you read.

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