• Crypto funds poaching Wall Street talent amid digital currency boom

    7 monthes ago - By CNBC

    Cryptocurrency and blockchain hedge fund Pantera Capital announced the hiring of former Deutsche Bank Managing Director Tuesday.
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  • George Soros is looking to take on big tech next

    7 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    George Soros, the right's favorite boogeyman, may become big tech's newest nightmare. Back in January, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, the billionaire hedge fund manager denounced internet giants like Google and Facebook as a “menace” who “exploit the social environment.” He added that their “days are numbered” and he apparently meant it. According...
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  • $34 billion hedge fund Elliott Management says a 'dénouement' is approaching - and it's a disaster waiting to happen

    $34 billion hedge fund Elliott Management says a 'dénouement' is approaching - and it's a disaster waiting to happen

    7 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Paul Singer's Elliott Management, a $34 billion hedge fund, is beating the drum again about an impending market crash.
    Elliott has long raised concerns about market conditions.
    "If you think the human race is in a better and more knowledgeable state than in the past, good luck to you," Elliott wrote in its most recent client letter, which was seen by Business Insider.
    "Our centered case is still that the prices of global debt instruments are significantly distorted by money-printing and artificially low interest rates, and that there will be some kind of significant downward price...
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  • $34 billion hedge fund Elliott Management says a 'dénouement' is approaching - and it's a disaster waiting to happen

    $34 billion hedge fund Elliott Management says a 'dénouement' is approaching - and it's a disaster waiting to happen

    7 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Paul Singer's Elliott Management, a $34 billion hedge fund, is beating the drum again about an impending market crash.
    Elliott has long raised concerns about market conditions.
    "If you think the human race is in a better and more knowledgeable state than in the past, good luck to you," Elliott wrote in its most recent client letter, which was seen by Business Insider.
    "Our centered case is still that the prices of global debt instruments are significantly distorted by money-printing and artificially low interest rates, and that there will be some kind of significant downward price...
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