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Hedge funds seek to post gains during both market jumps and declines, though not all firms outperformed the S&P 500 through the chaotic month.
Ken Griffin is buying a Hamptons compound that could be worth up to $100 million. Here’s a look at the hedge-fund exec’s real estate, from...
The Citadel CEO has dished out some serious money on real estate in Chicago, Miami, NYC, London, and now, the Hamptons.
The hedge fund industry generally underperformed the soaring US stock market last year, yet 14 of the 15 funds listed posted double-digit returns.
Hedge fund giant Ken Griffin highlights the 4 key qualities a company needs for a successful direct listing
The IPO market will still see "a significant majority" of public debuts, but Griffin expects many popular startups to employ direct listings in 2020.
Hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin calls markets ‘utterly and completely unprepared’ for jump in inflation
Griffin also called the coronavirus outbreak "the most concrete short-run risk we see in the financial markets globally."
Billionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin trounced rival Steve Cohen in 2019 with a 19% return, but both underperformed the stock market
At least five of Point72's portfolio managers left Cohen's firm for Citadel in 2019, The Wall Street Journal first reported.
A billionaire just scooped up the most expensive home ever sold in Florida: a $111 million estate that has its own bowling alley
The home is on a stretch known as Billionaires Row, home to many ultra-rich people, including hedge-fund managers Paul Tudor Jones and Ken Griffin.
A hedge-fund exec just dropped $95 million on a Billionaires’ Row penthouse in NYC. Here are the other wealthy buyers in the building, from Ken ...
Other buyers in 220 Central Park South include Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler, as well as hedge-fund executives Ken Griffin and Richard Leibovitch.
There are now 3 homes that have ever sold for $100 million or more in New York City — and 2 of them were sold this year
All three of the sales were on NYC's Billionaires' Row. One sold to a hedge-fund executive, one to a tech founder, and one to an unknown buyer.
Even billionaires are acknowledging that the system that created their crazy amount of wealth is unsustainable
Billionaires and financial titans like Ray Dalio and Jamie Dimon agree with people like Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders that the gap between the richest and poorest in the country is too big.