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Marenda has a set of cues he looks for when deciding… Aside from that, all we can ask is: “Who is running artwork at Business Insider?
” more June 8, 2016 Meb Faber hits the ball out of the park with a piece in Institutional Investor (it’s behind a paywall at first, but it will return if you refresh it) on the unreasonable expectations that we touched on yesterday.
In a piece subtly titled “Institutional Investors are Delusional,” Faber points out that the mean expectations in a poll of investors on net returns is 13%. more CNBC reports that Steve Cohen has torn down his million mansion.
Piechota “was impressed with their job screening, which included watching videos about the culture of the firm and a typical day there as well as submitting to a Myers-Briggs personality inventory.” That… First, most of the firms impacted by these regulations either do not have their own IT departments, or only rely on rudimentary IT support personnel. more This morning in the Financial Times, Stephen Foley dissects the mood at the recent SALT Conference in Las Vegas and the fleeting hopes that hedge funds will be able to receive longer lockup periods for capital.
Second, unlike funds’ bigger cousins (banks, …), alternative investment industry has been laying low enough to escape under cyber-threat radars. Having read financial news reports from SALT, one would have thought it was a bunch of people sitting around a table fretting about the global economy, looking for any blanket to hide under when Donald Trump’s name wasn’t uttered.
more The Wall Street Journal has no love for Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy. That’s the subhead to today’s blistering op-ed piece titled “Connecticut’s Hedge-Fund Bribe.” After the state taxed General Electric out of the state – and the industrial giant fled to Massachusetts – the Governor signed away million in taxpayer money to keep Ray Dalio and Bridgewater in the state.
The Hartford Current called the deal great for the state – but this isn’t even an op-ed piece. more I’m starting to find the blog posts of Julia La Roche at Yahoo Finance more interesting and fantastically random in the world of finance.
Going beyond NSA specifics, Greenwald also takes on the establishment media, excoriating their habitual avoidance of adversarial reporting on the government and their failure to serve the interests of the people.
This is a pure advocacy article written by someone in a PR shop defending the allocation of taxpayer money to a hedge fund that doesn’t need the money. One would think that the writing would be more prominently featured on the home page, but then again – Yahoo Finance is a click bait salad.
more That’s Greg Piechota, a business school student who wants to work for a hedge fund. The quote above comes from hedge fund manager Crispin Odey, who shares an interesting thesis with the world: An economic recession would “ironically” boost employment among young Americans. I’ll bet him a steak at Delmonico’s with all the trimmings. If it hits somewhere around 5,000 any time by 2020, I’ll buy him two steaks. more Over the past three decades, the alternative investment industry has grown to become one of the most imperative contributors to global economy, managing trillions of dollars.
Piechota is part of a CNBC profile about the challenges that hedge funds face when seeking new talent. Odey calls for higher rates as a way to boost bank lending and spur business spending. We’ll agree on whose data we will use, and we will start with June 1, 2016. By no means this industry is a stranger to some of the toughest, business impacting regulations the global financial system has ever seen: Dodd-Frank, AIFMD, GLBA, SOX, FISMA, along other regulations planned for 2016 and beyond.
Here’s an interesting little part that comes shortly after his quote about his rejection from Bridgewater Associates. more I’ll take the other side of this prediction in a heart beat. However, recent cybersecurity initiatives from the U. Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), and later by National Futures Association (NFA), caught many fund managers by surprise for two main reasons. The SEC has accused Mickelson of profiting off two trades provided to him from gambler William “Billy” Walters – who received inside information from former Dean Foods chairman Tom Davis.
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