Hedge Fund and Insider Trading News: Julian Robertson, Ray Dalio, Paul Tudor Jones, Steve Cohen, Third Point LLC, Archegos Capital Management, Tesla Inc (TSLA), Precigen Inc (PGEN), and More

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These Are The Top Ten Stock Holdings Of Julian Robertson (Entrepreneur.com)
Julian Robertson is an investor and former hedge fund manager. Robertson helped pioneer the modern-day hedge fund industry, and thus, is often referred to as the “father of hedge funds.” He founded Tiger Management in 1980, turning an initial investment of $8 million into more than $22 billion by the late 1990s. In 2000, Robertson closed the fund for outsiders, and now Tiger Management primarily manages Robertson’s personal wealth. Let’s take a look at the top ten stock holdings of Julian Robertson.

Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater Raises $1.25 Billion for Its Largest China Fund Yet (The Wall Street Journal)
Bridgewater Associates LP has raised the equivalent of $1.25 billion for its third investment fund in China, according to a person familiar with the matter, catapulting the hedge-fund firm into the ranks of the biggest foreign managers of private funds in the world’s second-largest economy. Founded by longtime China bull Ray Dalio, Bridgewater began rolling out private funds in the country in 2018 after a wholly owned unit of the American asset manager was awarded a license to raise money from high-net-worth individuals and institutional investors in China and invest it…

Hedge Fund Billionaires Like Paul Tudor Jones Stand to Make Out Like Bandits if Rising Prices Persist. Here’s Why. (Business Insider)
Hedge fund billionaires like Paul Tudor Jones are poised to be big winners as institutional investors start freaking out over inflation. But that won’t likely happen until next year. According to Rishabh “Rish” Bhandari, a Capstone Investment Advisors executive, pensions, endowments and other large investors are very concerned about the effect of inflation, which saw its steepest surge in 31 years last month when the rate jumped to 6.2%. But they have been resistant to protecting their portfolios, he said, because the Federal Reserve predicts that skyrocketing prices on everything from cars to meat will prove “transitory”.

Mets Owner Steve Cohen Puts Pitcher’s Agent On Blast Over Shady Negotiation Tactics (Brobible.com)
In 2020, fans of the New York Mets saw a decades-long nightmare finally come to an end when much-maligned owner (and Bernie Madoff victim) Fred Wilpon sold the franchise to hedge fund manager Steve Cohen for $2.4 billion. The team may have not magically turned things around immediately after the transaction, but Cohen has still done what he can to get into the good graces of Mets supporters thanks in no small part to the transparency he’s brought to the table by frequently sharing his thoughts about the team on Twitter.

Archegos Collapse Revealed ‘Weaknesses’ in Global Banks, Fed Says (Bloomberg)
The collapse of Archegos Capital Management revealed vulnerabilities at the banks supervised by the Federal Reserve, the U.S. central bank said in a report released Wednesday. “The event has so far revealed weaknesses in margin practices and counterparty risk management at some firms,” the Fed said in its twice-yearly supervision report, also noting the importance of coordinating with other global regulators in activities that cross borders. The Fed’s Archegos review isn’t yet finished, and the agency said it will be notifying individual firms on “areas of weak practices.”

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