Published on Jul 17, 2014
Regulators have gone public with concerns that the biggest fund managers may be a systemic risk to the financial system. Avi Nachmany, director of research at Strategic Insight, tells the FT’s John Authers that they mostly do the opposite and induce calm.
Mangrove Partners Narrowly Avoids “Extinction-Level Event”
Nathaniel August's Mangrove Partners is having a rough 2020. According to a copy of the hedge fund's August update, a copy of which ValueWalk has been able to review, for the year to August 5, Mangrove Funds have returned -38%. Over the trailing 12-month period, the funds returned -44%. The S&P 500 produced a positive Read More