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    Hunt And Fish Club Opens Its Doors To Wall Street Insiders, The Great Gatsby, Women Who Want To Be “Declawed Like A Lobster”

    Nineteen months ago, Wall Street was offered a tantalizing taste of the Hunt and Fish Club, “A Manhattan eatery catering to hedge fund and private equity professionals,” where everyone who walked through the doors would be “made to feel special and privileged, particularly in front of [their] guests, business associates and clients,” and unlike other […]

    / Jan 29, 2015 at 1:30 PM
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    When Steve Cohen Cries In The Night Anthony Scaramucci Whispers “Baby It’s Okay”

    Earlier today, Fox Business correspondent Charlie Gasparino reported that fund of funds manager Anthony Scaramucci “plans to ask his [SkyBridge Capital] investors if they want to remain in SAC.” For those who are unaware, up until this point Scaramucci has not only kept money with SAC, but been one of the few people willing to […]

    / Jul 25, 2013 at 5:17 PM
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    Anthony Scaramucci Has A Solution To The Ugly Broads Working In Midtown Bars Epidemic; Give Him $50K Today And He’ll Take Care Of The Rest

    Have you long wished for a place in Midtown where you could order a drink and have it served to you by someone who didn’t look like they fell out of the ugly tree and hit every branch on the way down? Someone you could actually see propositioning to take into the back room and […]

    / Jun 11, 2013 at 2:05 PM
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    On Second Thought, Some Republican Money Managers Don’t Really Like Partying on Tuesdays

    According to a report by Reuters, some Romney supporters in the financial community will be having a more enjoyable evening tonight than others. In one corner you have those who will be partying (Julian Robertson, Paul Singer, Anthony Scaramucci and other top Romney donors have been invited to attend a soirée at the Westin Boston; John Paulson is throwing a small get-together at his Upper East Side townhouse; and “less prominent Wall Street fundraisers will be gathering at Brinkley’s Station, a bar and restaurant” on East 60th Street that serves “a $23.75 lobster club sandwich and $12 Bloody Marys”). In the other you have those who will be spending the night punishing themselves and telling anyone who calls, “I don’t deserve to have fun.”

    Like Jason Ader, who told Reuters that although he was originally going to party his face off in Vegas, circa 7PM tonight you’ll find him pulling the lever at his polling station and telling his kids, through tears, “This is what it’s like to vote for a looooser.”

    Money manager Jason Ader, who gained prominence as a Wall Street gaming analyst and is backing Romney, had been planning to travel to Las Vegas for an election night “watch party” at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino. But in the aftermath of Sandy, Ader says he has decided to stay home. The manager of Ader Investment Management, which provides funding to small hedge funds, “will vote and watch at home with my young kids and educate them about the process and the returns,” he said.

    And David Hinman who’s going to kick things off by swallowing the key to the fridge that houses his $21,000 bottle of 1928 Krug and then drawing the blinds shortly after nightfall and sleeping on the floor in a hair shirt.

    David Hinman, chief investment officer of SW Asset Management, a Newport Beach, California-based investment firm, said in an email: “100 percent Obama wins; no reason to party.”

    Romney’s hedge-fund backers plan to party on election night [Reuters]

    / Nov 6, 2012 at 5:11 PM
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    Introducing The M.O.O.C.H. System: A Guide To Bagging Big Ones

    As some of you may know, in the post-crisis world, raising capital can be a tricky business, even for hedge funds with impeccable track records. Even more difficult? Getting people to sign on to fund of funds, whose due diligence processes were called into question following the Madoff scandal. Fortunately, there’s still one guy who […]

    / Sep 9, 2011 at 1:37 PM
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    How Goldman Trainees Used to Learn About Client Service

    Anthony Scaramucci, a CNBC contributor and founder of SkyBridge Capital, has a new book out on how to find your fortune without turning into a douche. Scaramucci was once fired from Goldman, but he still absorbed some lessons from the firm’s training program. Here’s a scene from the book, Goodbye Gordon Gekko:

    / May 12, 2010 at 10:48 AM

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