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Who is the best hedge fund manager out there today?

(Last Updated On: March 23, 2012)

Who is the best hedge fund manager out there today?

An interesting juxtaposition emerges when viewing Ray Dalio and John Paulson’s returns in 2011. Ray Dalio made his clients $13.8 billion in 2011 while John Paulson lost $10 billion for his investors during the same time period. Just a year or two ago, Paulson was considered the king of the hedge fund industry after he shorted sub-prime mortgages.

http://richard-wilson.blogspot.com/2012/02/ray-dalio-and-john-paulson.html

Who do you think is the best hedge fund manager out there? Paulson? Dalio? Cohen? Tepper? Soros? A lesser-known name?

Let’s get a good discussion going on who have been the managers with the most innovative strategies and best returns in recent years.

Ray Dalio and John Paulson richard-wilson.blogspot.com

An interesting juxtaposition emerges when viewing Ray Dalio and John Paulson’s returns in 2011. Ray Dalio made his clients $13.8 billion in 2011 while John Paulson lost $10 billion for his investors during the same time period….

 

When I think best managers, I think “what have you done for me lately?” I also think about returns on a net and % basis as most of these larger funds are simply managers mangaging their own capital…its tough to look at total topline return in a numerical/gross sense….I located a list of current advisors beating the benchmarks by a longshot in 2011 and 1Q12

www.hedgefunddaddy.com

 

I would say James Simons ( even though he stepped down)

 

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