The Baupost chief pinpoints weaknesses in equity, debt and commodities markets, and suggests unicorns may be a bubble. Where is the line between action and inaction?
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Hedge fund managers, already big fans of Priceline Group, found another reason to love the company when it struck a deal with TripAdvisor.com.
The industry continues to attract assets despite years of underwhelming returns. Will the tide finally turn against them--or have investors just lowered their expectations?
Risk management at hedge fund firms has improved a great deal since 2008, with managers wielding tools like stress tests in a more intelligent way. But it may not be enough to protect them in the next crisis.
Investors have long flocked to the perceived safety of brand names, but the trend may be reversing.
Hedge fund firms that set up reinsurers as a source of permanent capital are finding that when the performance of their main funds falters, so does the performance of the reinsurance vehicles tied to them.
Investors are apparently betting that Glenview founder Larry Robbins, who has posted big losses this year, can turn his performance around.
The veteran manager is heading toward his third-worst year with his firm but remains positive on stocks overall.
Commodity-focused funds haven't fared well this year, but a small subset of computer-driven CTAs have outperformed significantly.
In what has been a volatile year for many managers, operators of multistrategy funds have fared better than their equity-focused peers.
Its flagship fund and a subset are putting up strong numbers, but its controversial risk parity strategy is down.
The director of private investments for the school's endowment fund discusses the ways in which hedge funds and private equity are converging.
Beschloss says despite the recent carnage, emerging markets are still an attractive investment.
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The annual hedge fund cut of Institutional Investor's All-America Research Team shows that when it comes to sell-side analysts, hedge funds prefer those who aren't afraid to go out into the field.
Analysts’ insights into both short- and long-term plays are especially welcome, investors say.
China’s sharp correction can’t stop the surging growth of hedge funds in the region.
Though computer-driven strategies are faltering this year, they pushed European managers to big gains in 2014.
Analysts who went against the grain got better marks from hedge fund managers in Alpha's version of the All-Europe Research Team.
Pay for most hedge fund executives was down in our 2015 Compensation Report, but some non investment professionals managed to make more money last year.
Mainstays like Bridgewater top our annual ranking of the world's largest hedge fund firms, but smaller, fast growers are catching up.
Firms like Blackstone are increasingly investing with early hedge fund talent to garner bigger returns, a move that is changing both the fund-of-funds and hedge fund businesses.
Citadel founder Kenneth Griffin tops the Rich List in his 13th appearance on our ranking of the world's top earning hedge fund managers, unseating Appaloosa's David Tepper.
The quantitative manager and the charity organization are working together to tackle New York's poverty problem.
The hedge fund manager says the Post-9/11 GI Bill doesn’t cover costs completely; he and his wife are hoping to fill the gap.
The founder of Spencer Capital and co-founder of Crutches 4 Kids explains how his organization gets mobility devices to needy children.
The ValueAct Capital founder works with the Posse Foundation to help at-risk students succeed.
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