As it stands right now, hedge funds are not allowed to publicly advertise in places like newspapers, television, etc. On Wednesday, however, the SEC began accepting public comments on a proposal to eliminate that restriction.
Investment author Larry Swedroe thinks the SEC is making a mistake. If you want to play a role in the process yourself, you can read the official fact sheet for the proposal here, and you can submit your own comment here.
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