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High-Water Mark

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High Water Mark is defined as the highest price or value an investment fund has attained since its founding. It is a threshold used to measure a fund manager’s performance. Whenever the value of a fund crosses the previously attained maximum value during its life, the high-water mark shifts to the new peak value. It is an important concept and is frequently observed in investments such as hedge funds, PE funds, etc.

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