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George Soros puts $500m of his money on Bill Gross
From WSJ.com: Before Bill Gross was fully settled in at his new firm, Janus Capital Group Inc., he received an unlikely visit from the chief investment officer of famed investor George Soros ’s firm, according to a person familiar with t
From FT.com: A hedge fund manager who may have to repay £8m in tax is trying to overturn a tribunal ruling that found he had attempted to shelter millions in an avoidance scheme. Patrick Degorce, chief investment officer at Theleme Partners, lost a tax tribunal case last year. HM Revenue & Customs c
From Bloomberg.com: Hedge funds and other creditors with claims against Iceland’s failed banks face an exit tax as the island looks for ways to unwind capital controls without hurting the economy. The government targets having a plan it can present by year-end that would map out how Iceland will sca
Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York: Risk management has always been a core component of any trading strategy, as well as a critical part of business management. However, as macreconomic weakness persists, and alpha becomes increasingly hard to generate, risk management as emerged as a more promin
Benedicte Gravrand, Opalesque Geneva: As inflation rises, every dollar will buy a smaller percentage of a good. While deflation will mean a decrease in the general price level of goods and services. These two economic conditions are both in the waiting room. The consensus would like the former to
Featuring : Three Arrows Capital: Fast growing emerging markets hedge fund.Kyle Davies is co-founder and chairman at Three Arrows Capital, a Singapore-based
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Long Term Trend: PositiveMonday's Trade: (ASIA): 23,797.81 (- 240)UPDATE: For well over two months we have been specific in pointing to our belief that 23,800 remained an initial critical pivot point. Subsequently, the HS fell well below 23,800 and for six weeks struggled to recover. Three weeks ago, however, the Index appeared to gain footing for the first time since mid- September. As of the past two weeks, all points are bullish. Just be aware of the current formation- It could be the formation of a right shoulder of a Head and Shoulder Top. Key long term support stands at 22,000. A settlement below that point could have major LT bearish implications.