- In September 2017, US Government debt passed US$20 trillion
- Iraq and Afghanistan wars each cost about US$1 trillion
- Annual 2009-13 average US$1 trillion deficit spending added nearly US$5 trillion, mainly from government stimulus and bank bailouts
- Interest is US$449 billions/year, debt is US$62,200/person
Many of the most well-known hedge fund managers in the world engage in philanthropy, and in doing so, they often reveal their favorite hedge funds through a review of their foundation's public filings. Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Foundation invested in several hedge funds during the fiscal years that ended in September 2019 and September 2020.
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