performance

mag-06Talk-t_CA0-articleInlineOn this first matter, his firm returned over 40% in 2014. As for the second, sadly, it’s a secret for now. Read more »

John Paulson Has Had Better Days

Between a rock and a hard place.Also better weeks/months/years. Read more »

  • 06 Nov 2014 at 3:45 PM

Bill Ackman Doing Alright For Himself This Year

bill_ackman_600x450Herbalife failing to fall off a cliff notwithstanding, the hedge fund manager and his clients have a lot (of money) to smile about. Bonus: it looks like Bill won’t have to bust his ass to find houses to flip in South Florida just yet. Read more »

  • 16 Oct 2014 at 2:36 PM

Steve Cohen Makes Money For Steve Cohen

Point72 Asset Management, AKA the hedge fund formerly known as SAC Capital, whose largest client by far is a guy who answers to the name Steve Cohen, has turned in some pretty decent performance so far this year, despite a series of events that have led it to do stuff like, among other things, monetarily compensate employees for staying on the right side of the law. Read more »

  • 25 Jun 2014 at 11:53 AM

Bill Ackman Doing Okay For Himself This Year

Not only have he and Carl Icahn forgiven each other, but his fund has done pretty well, too. If Herbalife would just fall off a cliff, he’d consider it a hattrick. Read more »

John Paulson Had A Pretty Good May

Mostly due to a killer Memorial Day weekend BBQ out east, but he’ll take what he can get. Read more »

  • 01 May 2014 at 5:28 PM

David Einhorn Did Okay For Himself Last Month

David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital Inc. posted returns of 4.3 percent in April, owing to his short bets against high-flying momentum stocks and its holdings of Apple Inc. and Micron Technology, according to sources familiar with the hedge fund on Thursday. The April gains brought the $10 billion hedge fund’s gains to 3.1 percent for this year to date. [Reuters]

  • 22 Apr 2014 at 3:48 PM

Bill Ackman Doing Okay For Himself This Year

Every Ackman investment appears to have made money this year, including Beam, the Herbalife short and Platform Specialty Products Corp. Nutritional supplement maker Herbalife, for example, has been hit by reports of several government investigations into the company, which has helped push the stock down about 26 percent so far in 2014. The Pershing Square International fund is up 11.1 percent net of fees in the first quarter alone, according to a report by the HSBC Alternative Investment Group. [NetNet]