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Peyton Manning Isn’t The Only Legend In The Midst Of A Return To Glory

“John Paulson, the billionaire hedge- fund manager coming off record losses in 2011, reported increases in most of his funds in August as rising stock markets lifted the value of holdings, according to two people briefed on the returns. Paulson’s Gold Fund led gains with an 11 percent jump in August, which reduced losses this year to 15 percent, said the people, asking not to be named because the information is private. The Advantage funds, which seek to profit from corporate events such as takeovers and bankruptcies, and Paulson Enhanced, which aims to make money from companies involved in mergers, also rose last month.” [Bloomberg]

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19 Responses to “Peyton Manning Isn’t The Only Legend In The Midst Of A Return To Glory”

  1. guest says:

    Caption Contest: "When asked how he turned around his fund's performance, John Paulson had this to say."

  2. Guest says:

    The new risk arbitrage strategy is great.

    Step 1. Find deals UBS lead deals
    Step 2. Bet against them
    Step 3. Profit

  3. Guest says:

    the new killing it


  4. Which is it? says:

    Is Paulson throwing his hands up in disgust, or is this the beginning of one big sarcastic clap? I hope the latter

  5. oki says:

    How does he still have outside investors?

  6. guest says:

    The biggest sign that the market is currently overbought: John Paulson didn't lose money this month.

  7. Sean says:

    Suck it, New Mexico.

  8. Indubitably says:

    First time he's flipped heads since '09

  9. Sean says:


    Paulson & Co loses investors money at break neck speed in 2010-2011.
    Peyton Manning misses the entire 2011 season because of neck injuries.

    As a lowly Jets fan, I pray Tom Brady invests in the Advantage Fund ASAP.

  10. Orenthal James says:

    Peyton Manning had three neck surgeries in 19 months? Weak. I once had two in 30 minutes.

  11. Guest says:

    Eric Sprott>John Paulson

  12. guest says:

    -15% is the NKI?

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