Sunday, 13 August 2017

Brdigewater returns faltered

Interesting article about Ray Dalio and Bridgewater, the largest hedge fund in the world, looking forward to his new book "Principles", soon to be published.

One snippet:

The transition comes as returns at the hedge fund’s flagship product have faltered, just like at other so-called macro managers. Since the beginning of 2012, Bridgewater’s Pure Alpha II has posted an annualized return of 2.5 percent, according to a document reviewed by Bloomberg Markets, a far cry from its historic average of 12 percent. It’s down 2.8 percent this year through July. (A smaller Bridgewater hedge fund, Pure Alpha Major Markets, has fared better, as has the company’s long-only product.)

Apparently it has not been easy to make money in the last six years, may be of some comfort for investors who have missed out mostly on the bull run of the US stocks:

1 comment:

  1. The larger you are, the harder it is to outperform. Also getting the macro right over the past few years hasn't been easy...