Hedge Fund Advisor Josh Rosner Claiming Financial Disability to Get IRS Refunds

November 8, 2018 James Heinsman In the News

Joshua Rosner became well known after he correctly predicted the collapse of the US housing market, the dangers lurking behind the doors of Freddie Mac and Freddie Mae, and the subsequent financial crisis. He was subsequently sought after as a thought leader on business news programs and as a witness in Congress. He even ended […]

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Langlade Taking EDL to Switzerland

November 1, 2018 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

London-based hedge fund EDL Capital is moving to Switzerland. Edouard de Langlade, who used to be part of Moore Capital, has decided to take his fund out of London and join the sector in Switzerland. EDL is a macro hedge fund started by Langlade in September 2015. Macro hedge funds bet on macroeconomic trends and […]

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Hedge Fund Manager Says He Will Take Bitcoin for His New York Mansion

October 25, 2018 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

  Roy Niederhoffer, president of hedge fund manager RG Niederhoffer Capital Management, needed some digs in 2013. He was renovating a Manhattan house that he owned, and he was living in a rental, but he was not happy with the situation. As luck would have it, all three units that of a mansion that Niederhoffer […]

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Hedge Funds Betting Big on Distressed New York Taxi Business

October 18, 2018 James Heinsman In the News

Hedge funds specializing in buying into distressed sectors in the hope of seeing a turn around in that sector’s popularity, have been buying what used to be coveted taxi medallions. The value of medallions, the metal shield that taxi owners attach to the hood of their cabs are the license that legally allows cabs to […]

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Running a Hedge Fund “Aint What It Used to Be”

October 10, 2018 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

After several decades of bringing home millions of dollars for himself and his clients, Jonathan Jacobson founder of Highfields Capital Management has decided its time to shake things up a bit. Here is how he described how burnout feels in the upper atmosphere: “Done correctly, money management is an all-consuming, 24/7 pursuit… After three-and-a-half decades […]

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Ex-Citadel Trader Opening New Hedge Fund

October 2, 2018 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

Ron Ozer, former portfolio manager at Citadel, opened his own hedge fund which will focus on trading natural gas. Ozer was co-head from July 2015 to April 2017 of the US natural gas trading division at Citadel, which today manages $30 billion. Statar Capital LLC, Ozer’s new fund, has already raised about $140 million from […]

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Jonathan Lai Leaves Tencent-Joins Coatue

September 26, 2018 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

Jonathan Lai, investment director at Tencent, China’s second most valuable publicly listed technology company, is leaving to join the US-based hedge fund Coatue Management. The Chinese company has been under months of scrutiny by regulators on its main gaming business. Mr. Lai listed himself on his LinkedIn account as an “investor” at Coatue Management, beginning […]

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SEC Sues Priest/Hedge Fund Manager for Stock Manipulation

September 18, 2018 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

The SEC filed a suit against Emmanuel Lemelson, a Massachusetts priest who also works as a hedge fund manager, for publishing false “research reports” in order to push the share price of Ligand Pharmaceuticals, Inc, down. The suit accuses Lemelson and his firm Lemelson Capital Management, of publishing misleading/false reports on popular investing websites like […]

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After Six Years Tide Point Shutting Doors

September 11, 2018 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

The six-year-old hedge fund Tide Point Capital Management is closing down due to the personal desire of the majority owner. It is just one more causality in a long line of closed funds in this hurting $3 trillion industry. Based in Old Greenwich, Connecticut, Christopher Winham founded the fund in 2012. He served as the […]

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Research on Gun Violence Funded by Hedge Fund Billionaire

September 3, 2018 James Heinsman In the News

John Arnold used to be an energy trader. He launched is own hedge fund firm after working for a while at Enron. He built up a fortune and decided to retire at the age of 38 with an estimated net worth of about $3.3 billion. Arnold and his wife Laura created a foundation which strives […]

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