2016 Hedge Fund Letters page is now up!

Q4 and H2 2016 letters and also some hedge fund conferences.

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Pension funds in particular invest hundreds of billions of taxpayer (YOUR money) in hedge funds. According to a recent report by Willis Towers Watson  over $250 billion of pension money is invested in hedge funds and fund of funds. According to their own public records – New York City public pension funds alone have $4 billion in hedge funds and according to Barclays Prime Broker Research hedge funds have not generated positive alpha since 2011–  The future of journalism can either be watermelon squeezing or holding our Government officials accountable for how they allocate our retirement money.

NOTE: The list is in alphabetical order. To be completely accurate, while most funds listed below are hedge funds some are mutual funds or other (i.e. Berkshire Hathaway). The list is (mostly) in alphabetical order.

Last updated on 4/25/2017

Also check out prior hedge fund letters

2015

Q1 letters

Q2 letters

Q3 letters

2017 hedge fund letters

Q1 letters

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Q4 hedge fund conferences

2016 Hedge Fund Letters – Q4

2016 Hedge Fund Letters