Speaking to Bloomberg Television at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, George Soros cast doubt on hedge funds' future ability to do better than the broader markets. "Since hedge funds are now a dominant force in the market, they can't, as a group, outperform the market," Soros said. The 82-year old added that managers' and investors' risk aversion will only make things worse. "Outperforming the market with low volatility on a consistent basis is an impossibility," Soros said. "I outperformed the market for 30-odd years, but not with low volatility." [FINalternatives, Bloomberg]
George Soros: Brexit Would Be So Much Worse Than That Time I Beat The British Economy Senseless
Really, it'd make that whole thing look like child's play.