Here are the ten managers, added most amount to your current position last year:
10) Chase Coleman: $ 380 million
It is one of the most dynamic and forward new alternatives managers. Tiger Global Management manages assets of $ 16 billion. For 2014 the Fund notes return of 17%
9) David Shaw: $ 400 million
Computer scientist, using mathematical methods manages the fund DE Shaw & Co., which was founded in 1988 and currently has assets of over 34 billion.
8) Andreas Halvorsen: $ 550 million
Former manager of Tiger Cub and founder of Viking Global Investors, in 1999, made 13.4 percent return for its fund, currently the fund manages about $ 30 billion in assets.
7) Larry Robbins: $ 600 million
Founder and CEO of Glenview Capital Management is one of the biggest gains in 2014. His fund notes 25% return, then the stakes of shares, while HCA Holding and Tenet Healthcare, which were so well influenced by so Obamakear.
6) James Simons: $ 1.1 billion
In 2010 he left Renaissance Technologies, but at 76, Simmons continues to play a leading role in the company. This brings him and profit from 1.1 billion the previous year.
5) Ken Griffin: $ 1.1 billion
Fund Griffin, Citadel LLC, continues to perform very well, and the return they make for 2014 is 18%, after all taxes. Griffin, who started trading in Harvard, founded Citadel in 1990 with assets of 4 million today, however, manages fund assets over 24 billion dollars.
4) William Akman 1.15 billion dollars
His Pershing Squere Capital Managemet, with assets of $ 18 billion reported a return of 37.2%, which is the best performance of Akman several years.
3) George Soros: $ 1.2 billion
Hardly someone that is a surprise, as Soros put his fund as a permanent good return. For 2013 Soros noted pechalbva 4 billion. Dollars. For 2014 returns, which his fund Soros Fund Management noted is about 8%.
2) whether Ray: 1.25 billion dollars
Whether Ray is the founder of the largest hedge fund in the world, Bridgewater Associates, which manages 157 billion dollars. The return that the fund noted for 2014 is 3.6%
1) Steve Cohen: $ 1.3 billion
One of the most successful hedge fund managers of all time, Steve Cohen may have to close its fund SACCapital, after being found guilty of abuse of foreign trade taxes. However, Cohen earned the highest profit of all managers in 2014.
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