“Now is the season: the season of fancy envelope calculations to determine which hedge fund billionaire has incredibly higher income than the next hedge fund billionaire. We have seen Chase Coleman (and His wife), Izzy Englander (Izzy Englander) and Steve Mandel (Steve Mandel) performed well ( cause) To their customers, therefore, they themselves.Similarly, the heir of Jim Simons Bad year For their customers but A better one for myself.
But okay?Bloomberg believes that this is indeed very, very good for Coleman, he said Made $3 billion by myself (And his Wife’s handbag series). The retired Simmons won the title with a high price of US$2.6 billion, followed by the Englishman (US$2.2 billion) and Mandel (US$1.8 billion) (together with Ken Griffin). But wait! Some people think that these figures are somewhat insufficient. And the person who made how much money the hedge fund manager made last year is the dean. corporate investorStephen Taub, And he has learned some lessons from Bloomberg’s upstarts, and his 20-year career cannot be imagined in any tangible way.
Volatility has increased, and stock markets have soared-regardless of their connection to the real economy-a select group of people (yes, everyone IIThe rich list of 2020). This may not seem like much, but it is still true. Moreover, Steve Taub has always been consistent among his peers.
So what is Professor Taub’s mark of Bloomberg’s work? Well, they nailed Simmons and Griffin and maintained close enough relationships with Steve Cohen, Philip Lafont and Bill Ackerman. But, have they heard of David Tepper? Because according to Taub’s statistics, he made $1.7 billion last year. What about Scott Shleifer? They know there is more than one person working at Tiger Global, right? What about another person making $1.5 billion in 2020? Probably not. Do you know anyone else? Andreas Halvorsen, $577 million more than Bloomberg.
Oh, and Chase Coleman undoubtedly had a very happy year when talking about Tiger Global. It’s just not what Bloomberg had imagined: he made half a billion dollars less, which was only enough for third place instead of first. However, compared with the arithmetic tro strong, all this is insignificant, which brings a negligible $2.2 billion to the English. Why, on such a trivial payday, Chief Millennium can hardly buy the necessary real estate to hide him and his wife from their families. Fortunately for him, the people at Bloomberg don’t know what they’re doing, because Izzy’s revenue in 2020 is $3.8 billion. Not only can I buy the Upper East Side he needs, but he can easily join in the first place. It is Bill Ackman, giving or accepting.
All in all, Bloomberg: D-. Get together or exit the game.