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This title is interesting on it’s own. If you have a subscription to this source, please let me know to the details of this article. One person did offer feedback on it though: (note webinar details for tonight as well)

How about Medallion though? To be fair that should be the benchmark, not the funds that are open to the outside investors as his and his funds’ astonishing track records are coming from that one, not RIEF and others.

Do you agree with this? To me, this just shows Simons can have tough years like the rest of it. That is all.

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