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‘Shutdown The Book’.

"In October and November, the pain behind the screens (portfolios) felt like it was 2-3x of the pain on the screens"...

"In October and November, the pain behind the screens (portfolios) felt like it was 2-3x of the pain on the screens"...
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4 comments on “‘Shutdown The Book’.

  1. by therealheisenberg
    December 13, 2018
    Comments 0

    “I’ve been meaning to pen a quick update on hedge fund performance in November for two days now, and I’m finally getting around to it.” Yes, for heaven’s sake you have been such a slacker lately!

  2. I am pretty sure I get the most words per amount of money I spend on this subscription compared to ANY other subscription I have.

  3. As a former HF guy I can attest to the pain I have felt in many longs and some shorts. I see a fair amount of opportunity on the long side now (as a trade for many and a core for some) while less on the short side. It is now all personal account but my gross and net is highest all year. I remain very bearish longer term for many reasons but see a tactical opportunity. But my career is over so career risk is zero so I can have patience when many can’t. I am not advocating anyone take this as advice but rather am trying to show how a former HFer LS is looking at this market.

    Be smart out there, do your homework and watch your risk.

  4. I guess it doesn’t matter whether our portfolio pain is function of self fulfilling prophesy, Twitter Madness or market “truth”. The post-18 problem will be knowing when we’ve found the bottom. Fluctuations in debt-equity correlations is not going to help us. Will repairs to trade relations be enough? How “bad” is our public and private debt problem?

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