Bill Gross Comes Not To Mourn 2 & 20 But To Bury It

Bill Gross is not feeling hedge fund fees.
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Bill Gross knows what needs to change, and what doesn’t. In the latter category sits Bill Gross, who will never change until death steals a march on him and takes his eternal life force after a desk-side battle. In the former sit hedge fund fees, whose funeral the Sage of Newport Beach is very much planning to attend.

Bill Gross on Hedge Fund Fees: Things Have to Change [Bloomberg]

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