Current news for this fund:
Pentagon Capital Management - market-timing
Count of distinct funds: 1
According to the article, Pentagon is closing up shop now to avoid their creditors do it for them:
Sources said Pentagon had told investors it had decided to close its operations because the fund believes that, on hearing news the SEC had filed a civil complaint, lenders and other counterparties will become nervous about backing the fund and force it to sell assets into a falling market.
The aforementioned complaint is in the amount of a $200 mm civil complaint filed by the SEC.
At this time, we have not been able to attain the letter sent by Pentagon to investors. If you have it, please let us know
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