LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Would you like to know whether sage investor and mammoth hedge fund manager John Paulson is bullish on stocks? Or how about what he sees as the most promising investment opportunities today? We'd love to tell you, but we've been sworn to secrecy.
LAS VEGAS May 6 (Reuters) - Would you like to know whether sage investor and mammoth hedge fund manager John Paulson is bullish on stocks? Or how about what he sees as the most promising investment opportunities today? We'd love to tell you, but we've been sworn to secrecy.
ultrawealthy investors willing to endure plenty of risk and uncertainty to get access to the potentially monster returns of John Paulson and his ilk. Foundations and endowments that lack the unusual size and consequent problems of scale that CalPERS encountered
capital. He wasn’t “wrong,” just early. But that didn’t make his experience any less painful. Likewise, John Paulson made the most profitable trade in history by shorting mortgage securities in 2006. Many others entered into the same
wrong reasons. Consider prominent hedge fund manager John Paulson , who aims to beat the S&P 500. During the financial ..... hoping to ride the triple-digit gain train with John Paulson as the conductor. Except Paulson’s money train all but fell off the tracks
They are very much a forsaken sector. But people like [David] Einhorn, [George] Soros, [Seth] Klarman, [ John ] Paulson , and so on have purchased them recently." 'Stupid Cheap Levels' A handful of posters said they were finding bargains
typical overrun. Most of which had been borrowed against . To have a serious economic setback you didn’t even need John Paulson and Goldman Sachs to go out of their way to create decidedly odd real estate instruments! Add to this the secondary
were asking me about gold’s movements and if investors should follow the gold buying patterns of George Soros and John Paulson . These hedge fund managers are making huge short-term bets, which is a very different strategy from what I’ve
investor's wealth--in 2011 for example, one of the hedge fund industry's most renowned global macro managers, John Paulson , lost over 50% in his leveraged Advantage fund after poor bets on the United States economic recovery. In addition
performance sustainable? Meaning, does the manager have a well thought out approach that can be applied consistently? John Paulson is a great example, he made the greatest investment call ever and to date hasn’t come close to living up to that