Q1 2017 Hedge Fund Letters is now up stay tuned as it is just the first day of the quarter

Also some hedge fund conferences in Q1 2017 will be profiled here

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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.

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2017 Hedge Fund Letters

Conferences Q1

LSE 2017 –Expect Hedge-Fund Returns to Be More Honda Than Rolls Royce: Point72

LSE – Man Group

PTJ

Official feed

SocGen Conference

WEF Davos 2017

2017 Hedge Fund Letters

  1. Absolute Return Feb
  2. An Open Letter To Howard Marks
  3. Apollo Asia
  4. ADW Capital
  5. AlphaClone
  6. Aquitania Capital
  7. Arquitos Capital killing it
  8. Ariel Focus
  9. Ariel Appreciation
  10. Askeladden Capital
  11. Baskin
  12. Balyasny – Bezos of HFs
  13. Baupost
  14. Best bets
  15. Bezos
  16. Bill Nygren
  17. BlueTower
  18. Boyles
  19. Burr Capital
  20. Bronte Jan
  21. Causeaway
  22. Charlotte  Lane
  23. ClearBridge
  24. Crescat Capital Q1
  25. Dodge & Cox
  26. Euclidean Q1
  27. Eton Park Capital shutting
  28. Stanphyl Capital January 2017
  29. Fasanara
  30. G&D – Kingstown Capital
  31. Greenlight January
  32. Greenlight on GM
  33. Feb
  34. Greenlight q1 letter
  35. First Quadrant
  36. FPA Capital
  37. FPA Crescent
  38. Greenwood
  39. Global Allocation Jan
  40. March
  41. Greenlight Mar
  42. HFT
  43. Horizon Kinetics
  44. Horseman Feb – throws in the towel
  45. Kase Cap
  46. Short ETFs
  47. Jamie Dimon
  48. Jensen
  49. Margate Capital
  50. Moab Capital
  51. Long Armstrong
  52. Mott
  53. Michael Gelband
  54. Mudrick short malls
  55. Massif Conglomerates Redux
  56. LNG
  57. Q1
  58. Longleaf Partners
  59. Longleaf
  60. Newbrook short Blackbaud
  61. Newgate Capital
  62. Oakmark Select
  63. Odey Feb
  64. Odey February more
  65. Odey March
  66. Open Square
  67. Omega
  68. Polen
  69. Third Point, stat sheet
  70. Third Point Feb, stat sheet
  71. Third Point March, stat sheet
  72. Titan Opportunities Fund
  73. Pabrai
  74. Paulson Merger Arb Feb
  75. Pershing January
  76. Pershing Feb
  77. Pershing Mar
  78. Pershing Slides
  79. Regal
  80. Rhenman Healthcare
  81. Ruffer Q1
  82. Sui Generis
  83. Soros
  84. Soundshore
  85. Stanphyl Capital Feb Tesla short
  86. Stanphyl March
  87. Starvine
  88. Stone House
  89. TGV Capital
  90. ValueAct
  91. Vallum Capital
  92. Vilas short TSLA
  93. Vltava
  94. Wedgewood
  95. Weitz Funds

Q1 Hedge Fund Letters To Investors end

Conferences Q2

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