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Hedge Fund CIO: “Why The Hell Did The Fed Hike This Week?”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 18, 2017 The start of another week is upon us, which means it is time for another excerpt from the latest letter to clients by One River Asset Management CIO Eric Peters, who today writes about last week’s Fed decision, the upcoming balance sheet unwind, the lack of inflation, and […]

SNAP Cracks Back To IPO Price – Will Tepper Buy Now?

Well that escalated quickly… Just over 3 months after its IPO to much excitement, SNAP has collapsed back to its IPO Price of $17…   Just ask these guys what you should do next…   However we know one hedge fund manager that will be looking… David Tepper, the founder of the famous Appaloosa Management […]

“It’s A Series Of Rolling Mini-Bubbles”

Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist blog, Think back to earlier this year. At the time, the market was convinced Trump was about to usher in a new wave of free market nirvana. Hedge fund managers piled into small cap equity long positions, confident the pro-growth policies would fuel a massive outperformance for […]

Why The World’s Billionaire Investors Buy Precious Metals

There are always lessons that can be learned from the “smart money”. Unlike regular investors, Visual Capitalist's Jeff Desjardins notes that billionaire money managers like Ray Dalio and Stan Druckenmiller are professional investors. They have entire institutional teams at their disposal, dive deep into the nuances and complexities of the market, and spend every waking […]

Hedge Fund CIO: “Normally The Fed Would End This Bubble, But It Can’t This Time For One Reason”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 4, 2017 In his latest weekend notes, One River Asset Management CIO, Eric Peters, picks up where BofA’s Mike Hartnett left off on Friday when he said that the “QE Monster” will only end when “the Wall Street bubble” finally shocks the Fed. Yes, but what will “end it”, or […]

BofA: The “QE Monster” Only Ends When “The Wall Street Bubble” Finally Shocks The Fed

Below we excerpt some of the latest observations from BofA’s Michael Hartnett, who nearly a year ago first penned the “Icarus trade” concept – i.e., the final push in the US stock market to its all time highs –  and who has been expecting a “blow off top” to stocks, before it all comes crashing […]

Steve Cohen Hoping To Raise $20 Billion For Re-Launch Of SAC Capital

Steven Cohen is hoping to raise $20 billion for a new fund he plans to launch soon after his ban on managing outside money expires in January 2018, the Wall Street Journal reports. If Cohen is successful, it would be the largest hedge-fund launch on record. The sum would exceed the $16 billion his former […]

Connecticut Credit Risk Soars To Record High As Tax Receipts Tumble

Connecticut’s general-obligation bonds are riskier than ever as plummeting income-tax collections and a $2.3 billion budget deficit moved all three credit rating companies to downgrade its debt.   As Bloomberg details, tax receipts for the current fiscal year ending in June will be about $451 million short of estimates from January, prompting Governor Dannel Malloy to empty the state’s already small […]

Summer Epocalypse Countdown: Trump Turmoil Takes Top Off Trump Rally

The following article by David Haggith was published on The Great Recession Blog: When financial Armageddon arrives, it can hit in a flash like a dangerous rogue wave — the kind that rises up when two big waves from different storms intersect and merge into a single wave big enough to capsize a ship. The global Wannacry warware attack and endless waves […]

Ponzi Scheme: What The Chicago Teachers’ Pension Would Be Called If It Were A Hedge Fund

A long, long time ago, back in 2008 when most of today’s hedge fund analysts were still stressing over what to wear to prom, a man named Bernard Madoff was arrested for bilking unsuspecting investors out of $65 billion.  Madoff ran what is traditionally referred to as a ponzi scheme in which new investments were […]