Mid-November Hedge Fund Performance: Mixed

Tyler Durden's picture

How are all the major hedge funds doing month and year to date? Here is your answer.

  • RIEF B: MTD: 1.97%: YTD: 32.54%
  • Millennium: MTD: 0.87%; YTD: 7.36%
  • Third Point: MTD: 0.50%; YTD: 1.41%
  • Maverick: MTD: 0.71%; YTD: (11.16%)
  • Perry Partners: MTD: 0.02%; YTD: (4.12%)
  • York: MTD: (0.05%); YTD: (5.95%)
  • Viking Global: MTD (0.70%); YTD: (7.63%)
  • Owl Creek: MTD: (0.30%); YTD: (11.20%)
  • King Street: MTD: (0.11%); YTD: (1.60%)
  • Davidson Kempner: MTD: (0.02%); YTD: (1.12%)
  • QVT: MTD: 3.23%; YTD: 6.21%
  • Tudor BVI: MTD: 0.16%; YTD: 3.03%
  • Kingdon: MTD: (1.16%); MTD: (17.17%)
  • Tudor Tensor: MTD: 2.13%; YTD: (7.10%)
  • Tewskbury: MTD: (0.30%); YTD: 5.20%
  • Landsdowne: MTD: (1.65%); YTD: (18.43%)
  • Moore: MTD: 0.44%; YTD: (1.84%)
  • Clive: MTD: 0.13%: YTD: (8.82%)
  • Fortress Macro: MTD: 0.29%; YTD: (9.10%)

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Franken_Stein's picture
300 MEN RULE THE WORLD - MI6 secret agent exposes truth



RoadKill's picture


That's the problem Ive always had with conspiratorialists. Anyone smart enough to figure out such a grand conspiracy would be smart enough to be part of it.

I used to listen to the Birtch Society and Shadows Of Power stuff. One of my favorite books of all time was The Captians and the Kings by Taylor Caldwell. But I always wanted to be part of the conspiracy.

Never found the sign up page!!!

If anybody here had any contacts I your type of material!!!

I've got a Harvard MBA. Graduated Bakers Scholar. I did 6 years in Ibanking and 6 years at a leading Hedge Fund. My specialty is Energy and Commodities. Left because I could see all this coming and I couldn't profit off it at that fund. I'm up 59% as of today since I left.

I'm not above sucking knee caps and doing what I'm told. But I'm not a brain dead yes man. Resume available on request.

Oh should I also mention Ive worked with some of the richest people in the world and none of them seem to have the time or desire to play these games. I've even been in small room with a Rothschild - and I still have all my fingers.

earleflorida's picture

thankyou for the link,... shalom

happy thanksgiving :-))

covert's picture

nothing to see here, move along, citizen.



Caviar Emptor's picture

The Dow is on track for its worst Thanksgiving week since 1973:

HedgeAccordingly's picture

as long as this lady is at home cooking thanksgiving . market can do whatever - http://hedge.ly/gFWVSm

vast-dom's picture

Not too shabby. And looking like that she don't need to cook nothin, at least not in the kitchen....

Caviar Emptor's picture

'73 was the grand daddy of the post-Bretton Woods series of crises, that we're still feeling today. Same basic issues, same basic problems, same lack of coherent response

Deadpool's picture

Aug '71, Nixon closes gold window making all currency float free of backing also known as fiat. down hill ever since.

vast-dom's picture

Yeah well it's a helleva lot worse today than 1973; that is, if one accounts for and gives a rat's ass about (global) FUNduhMENTALS.


Great Purge While Matcha Matcha Man Locks In The Deal L.A.L.A.L.A.L.A.LAAAAAAA!

ilion's picture

Strange that top tier hedge funds with bright-tie managers can't outperform the SP500 while some young guys out of Estonia (where is that?) can earn 34% YTD. http://www.spadacapital.com/?articleID=2283
Five years from now the hedge fund world will be led by managers who are unknown today.

Greater Fool's picture

Is it time for the "Europe go home" rally yet?

Caviar Emptor's picture

French riot police battle protesters over nuclear train

Nobody For President's picture

Reads like it was generated by a random buzzword generator...

Caviar Emptor's picture

 Jim Chanos comes back from his trip to Hong Kong and Australia even more bearish. "The Chinese banking system is build on quicksand," he says, pointing out the government's vaunted $3T in FX reserves are not cash in the bank, but assets against which there are $3T in liabilities.


Instant Wealth's picture

Interesting. I outperformed 18 of them. But I'm no hedge fund, of course.

s2man's picture

Yeah.  I outperformed all of them with some  paper gold and silver.  34.9%   Think anyone will buy my newsletter?

Instant Wealth's picture

Congrats ... and forget about the newsletter.

Deadpool's picture

better off in gold YTD all but one and no 2/20.

AssFire's picture

No measurable inflation here...Thanksgiving meal has increased 15% the last two years but who measures something as unimportant as food?

earleflorida's picture

didn't obama promise,... "a turkey in every pot"?

Caviar Emptor's picture

Clashes between Egyptian security forces and protesters demanding an end to military rule have extended into a fifth day in the capital, Cairo, amid a deepening distrust of the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF).

The people want the fall of the field marshal," they called in thunderous unison, waving large Egyptian flags and signs denouncing the military.


Franken_Stein's picture

Dr. Eberhard von Körber - current President of the club of Rome



You Americans really aren't very smart.

You cannot possibly add 2+2 together, that's clear to me now.

You are clutching at straws, you wonder and wonder about the everyday manifestations of the "crisis" that you list here so neatly at Zerohedge every day, but you cannot grasp the larger concept behind it.


You attribute it to incompetence, negligence, greed adn outright stupidity on the part of the bankers and hedge fund managers and politicians, the actors in that stage play, don't you ?


And then you wonder about the collapse of MF Global and you say to yourself:

Gosh, how could that happen, and then you look at the Euro and say, Gee, how did that happen ?


And you wonder and wonder and wonder, ever cluelessly.


Man, already in 1814/1815 they tried to create a European Union after Bonaparte's campaign throughout Europe.

He was the Hitler of his time.

Who financed  him ?


The concept of shock and subsequent "rationalizing" with the people, that now, as a result of that horrible past, we need a bigger union of states now and we need to "cooperate ever closer" and we need to "integrate ever closer".


Has it never occured to you, that:


1. The League of Nations, founded in 1920, wasn't possible without WW1,

2. The United Nations, founded in 1945,  wasn't possible without WW2,

3. The EU, founded in its early stages in 1951 (ESCS), wasn't possible without WW2

4. The Soviet Union, founded in 1922, wasn't possible without WW1 and heavy financing of Lenin by Jacob Schiff, a German-American Wallstreet banker, who gave 20 milion dollars to Lenin in order to spread communism in Russia


You have no idea what you are dealing with here.

This is just too big for you.

Deadpool's picture

and none of the above without Adam and Eve...thank  you, God.

slewie the pi-rat's picture

well thxz for tryin to help, dr frankenfurter

we always like to blame the bushes, if possible

can we maybe give prescott a standing 0 for financing you nazi shitheads? 

L0L!!!  listen, we'll think of you here as we celebrate and give thanks for all the fuking monkey hammers in our overindebted lives, tomorrow, especially your wunnerful wunnerful EU.  God-willing, of course.

...as we ask our mothers and children:  white meat or dark?

fuu's picture

Why don't you just spell it out? Quit hoarding all that secret knowledge.

Caviar Emptor's picture

CNBS contradicting Cramer's housing recovery call: he said June 2009, they're saying not till 2013. 

Of course we have a little matter of impending re-recession followed by the next leg down by 2013 (We're on an every 2-year schedule). Since nothing in the global economy will be fixed between now and then we can say with certainty housing will not bottom, nor will the US or global economy. 

Deadpool's picture

'09? he can even be wrong in hindesight?

YesWeKahn's picture

I did better than all of them. But I had an aweful year last year.

Diablo's picture

Renny is +32% ytd. so that means getco and tradebot are up even more?  oh dear. 


Caveman93's picture

PMI is a BUY! Oh wait, never mind. SELL!