Imagine a British investor with $10-100k in her pocket. She wants to see the previous performance of various British and overseas funds to choose the one to invest. And she wants to filter out the ones which accept minimum one million investment. Is there a website to help her to make the informed choice?
Your example shows a fundamental ignorance of how hedge funds operate:
- Hedge funds cannot advertise and are limited to 499 investors. Given these restrictions plus the capital requirements to hold positions overnight, it is a virtual guarantee that a fund would not take an investment of $10K.
- Hedge funds are usually LPs, which means that the GP (the asset manager) must accept a new client specifically. No one can just choose to invest in a hedge fund. (A couple hedge fund managers have publicly traded equity, but that's different from the underlying fund.)
- Hedge funds are generally not required to publicly file their track record. Occasionally an investors' letter might leak onto the interwebs, but most fund managers consider the specifics of their P&L to be just as proprietary as their trading strategies.
And one final item of note is that all investors must be accredited (ie, the investor must be wealthy already).
So your premise doesn't really make any sense to begin with. Given the above regulatory framework, a website like what you've described is almost impossible to build and will definitely be useless if it even existed.