Looking back at Barnegat’s bumper gains and Brevan Howard’s equities debut

May 10, 2011   Suzy Kenly Waite

This week, AR also revisits Ralph Rosenberg, the Goldman Sachs vet who launched R6 Capital and later landed at Eton Park and KKR.

One year ago

»» AR profiled Bob Treue, the founder of Barnegat Fund Management. Treue’s laid-back lifestyle is atypical of many hedge funders—he rides to work on a bike he bought at Target and often works barefoot in his office in the summertime­—but his trading style has generated big profits. Barnegat gained a stunning 132.68% in 2009 and 15.82% in 2010, well ahead of the AR Fixed Income Index, which returned 15.66% in 2009 and 9.55% in 2010.

Treue continues to outperform. Through April, the Barnegat Fund gained 9.04%, and it has produced a net annualized return since inception...


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