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best Performing Hedge Funds

  • Quarterly Ranking:
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Rank Hedge Fund # of Stocks Total Value Quarterly Return Return (1-Year)

1.

105

Sessa Capital

John Petry

12 $190,657,000 45.2% 44.5%

2.

104

Great Point Partners

Jeffrey Jay And David Kroin

5 $72,202,000 39.2%

3.

569

Opaleye Management

James A. Silverman

8 $30,363,000 38.3% -8.8%

4.

209

Pelham Capital

Ross Turner

7 $205,313,000 33.4%

5.

19

10 $472,840,000 32.3% -0.4%

6.

111

8 $302,178,000 31.6% 39.2%

7.

543

Shah Capital Management

Himanshu H. Shah

10 $77,030,000 29.6%

8.

671

Tairen Capital

Larry Chen And Terry Zhang

17 $208,805,000 28.5%

10.

51

Joho Capital

Robert Karr

9 $362,069,000 26% 63.7%

11.

20

SQN Investors

Amish Mehta

6 $76,603,000 24.6%

12.

528

Casdin Capital

Eli Casdin

9 $38,129,000 24%

13.

600

40 North Management

David S. Winter And David J. Millstone

11 $658,640,000 23.4% 9.1%

14.

632

5 $275,335,000 23.1% -5.6%

15.

136

29 $1,112,916,000 21.7% 44.7%

16.

93

9 $79,906,000 21.6%

17.

630

7 $87,049,000 20.8% 7.4%

18.

659

5 $418,996,000 20.7% 5.3%

19.

74

9 $173,772,000 20.6%

20.

594

BHR Capital

Michael Thompson

9 $52,884,000 20.6% 3.6%

21.

27

17 $268,005,000 20.3% 18.4%

22.

195

17 $62,483,000 20.1%

23.

73

32 $164,434,000 19.8% 35.8%

24.

670

12 $64,939,000 19.8% -13.6%

25.

31

6 $95,742,000 19.6%

26.

623

Tiger Global Management LLC

Chase Coleman And Feroz Dewan

17 $4,949,186,000 19.4% 15.4%

27.

391

Palo Alto Investors

William Leland Edwards

18 $887,278,000 19.3% -20.8%

28.

621

9 $69,637,000 19.3% 20.2%

29.

499

34 $33,782,000 19.2% 12.6%

30.

Cannell Capital

J. Carlo Cannell

8 $22,551,000 19.2%

31.

665

Tiger Pacific Capital

Run Ye, Junji Takegami And Hoyon Hwang

5 $110,187,000 18.9%

32.

657

8 $35,102,000 18.7%

33.

188

7 $183,287,000 18.6% 14.5%

34.

256

Alta Park Capital

Bijan Modanlou, Joseph Bou-Saba, And Jayaveera Kodali

22 $62,839,000 18.5%

35.

658

Pomelo Capital

Philip Rosenstrach

22 $73,483,000 18.5% 4.9%

36.

455

JS Capital

Jonathan Soros

13 $115,481,000 18.5% 18.4%

37.

628

Sabal Capital Management

William Charters And Mario Marcon

6 $17,389,000 18.4%

38.

373

23 $114,284,000 18.2%

39.

608

22 $345,965,000 18.1% 24.1%

40.

418

20 $525,048,000 18.1% 17.7%

41.

331

23 $278,349,000 18% 16.6%
Methodology

Hedge fund returns are based on the weighted average returns of each fund's long stock positions that are disclosed in 13F filings. Our calculations excluded stocks that have less than $1 billion in market cap. The number of long stock positions are shown in the # of stocks field in the rankings table. Hedge funds that had less than 5 such stocks were excluded.

The calculated returns are proxies for the returns of each fund's long US book. These returns may be significantly different from each fund's actual returns because we excluded micro-cap positions, derivatives, cash, bond, and private positions of each fund. We also assumed that these funds haven't made any changes to their positions during the quarter. Funds that trade frequently may have significantly different returns. These calculations relied on stock prices from Yahoo Finance which may not be 100% accurate.