Steve Cohen Does it Again , The Fun of Fund-of-Funds, and Why Irish Eyes Are Smiling Jul30

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Steven Cohen Still Beating Hedge Funds After Shutting SAC Even after shutting down SAC Capital Advisors LP, Steven A. Cohen is still beating most hedge funds. The billionaire, who started Point72 Asset Management LP to oversee his own wealth, has gained about 9 percent this year, according to two people with knowledge of the matter…. Read more »

The “Sweep Exams”, a Richard Chilton Video, and an Industry in Flux Jun25

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Popular liquid alts funds face regulatory scrutiny The fastest-growing segment of the mutual fund business is facing new scrutiny this summer from regulators who say they plan to zero in on both the marketing of the funds and the investment strategies they employ. Sources familiar with the Securities and exchange Commission’s plan to focus on… Read more »

Protecting Your Assets: How To Safeguard Your Fund Against Cyber Security Attacks May30

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The following white paper covers everything you NEED to know… Hacks, breaches, stolen data, trade secrets hijacked, privacy violated, ransom demands made; how can you protect your data or your investors’ data in the modern age? Since 1995, the digital age has created a host for you and your clients. Do you have sensitive client… Read more »

It’s Tepper On Top, The Hampton’s Top Dog, and Low Volatility Havoc May7

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Tepper named top paid hedge fund manager for 2nd year David Tepper is once again the best paid hedge fund manager on the planet. Tepper took in a cool $3.5 billion last year. The industry’s top 25 managers collectively earned $21 Billion, but where are the woman?… Read More Hedge fund manager buys the most expensive home… Read more »

Dark Pools, March Madness, And The 31-Year-Old Whiz Kid Apr9

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Dark Pools – Reuters High frequency trading is a possible threat to investors and thanks to Michael Lewis’s Flash Boys the mainstream is now concerned. But there is another threat outside of exchanges that may have far more implicit consequences on the market… March Madness – Moneynews Bracket busting was in full effect both on and off the court… Read more »