Hedge funds focused on Asia are predicting a surge of new money from North America and Europe as investors move away from overvalued U.S. assets to tap the early pandemic recovery in China and other parts of the region.
Venture capitalist Neil Shen's Sequoia Capital China is setting up a hedge fund business to leverage its record of choosing winners in Chinese technology.
The country's central bank, which is responsible for the fund and its management, finds itself accused of being less than transparent about how the 53-year-old, a very successful hedge fund manager, got the job when he didn't feature on the initial list of applicants.
Star stock picker and longtime money manager Jeffrey Vinik explained that he's shuttering his hedge fund because would-be investors balked at his investment strategy, a reluctance that ultimately capped how much his relaunched firm was able to raise.
A favorite strategy of hedge funds that splits technology stocks into hardware and software makers has been sputtering for months. It finally blew up.
Denison University's Alts-Heavy Approach Continues To Be A Strength | David Barcus, Director Of Investments | Q&A
David Barcus, director of investments, joined Denison University in 2011. In this interview, he discusses the very successful transition welcoming their CIO, why Denison continues to have a significant allocation to hedge fund strategies, and how they plan to build a small but impactful venture portfolio.
One of Sweden's biggest pension funds says there's no case for using hedge funds given the cost they represent in the current environment.
Three months after news first emerged of a hedge fund blowup that threatens to saddle Citigroup Inc. with millions of dollars in losses, details of the fund's implosion are becoming clearer.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has slapped a crypto asset hedge fund and an 'ICO Superstore' with penalties. This marks the SEC's first-ever enforcement action finding an investment company registration violation by a hedge fund manager based on its investments in digital assets.
Ray Dalio, the billionaire founder of the world's biggest hedge fund, predicts that the current economic cycle has about 2 years left to run. To help keep the economy and stocks moving forward, the Federal Reserve should not increase interest rates faster than the market expects, said Dalio.