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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.

Oasis Management

Seth Fischer

8 $205,070,000 46.4%

2.

10

6 $823,797,000 29.1% 82.1%

3.

19

21 $144,800,000 26.9% 79.2%

4.

Archon Capital Management

Constantinos J. Christofilis

5 $18,466,000 23.9%

5.

294

6 $242,835,000 23.3% 39.3%

6.

42

10 $641,440,000 21.4% 65.8%

7.

427

IBIS Capital Partners

David Forster And Peter Wilton

10 $55,375,000 21% 33.7%

8.

578

24 $521,434,000 20.5% 21.8%

9.

520

71 $824,175,000 19.8% 8.3%

10.

95

13 $759,844,000 19.5% 52.6%

11.

28

29 $86,356,000 18.7% 57.6%

12.

297

Elkhorn Partners

Alan S. Parsow

15 $114,081,000 18.5% 16.6%

13.

3

18 $5,054,641,000 18.3% 75.1%

14.

169

14 $19,608,412,000 18% 40.8%

15.

45

19 $24,654,000 17.8% 39.4%

16.

54

Ghost Tree Capital

Ken Greenberg And David Kim

20 $187,252,000 17.8% 49.2%

17.

57

5 $47,609,000 17.4%

18.

67

Dorset Management

David M. Knott

69 $203,631,000 16.2% 38.9%

19.

542

SIR Capital Management

Vince Maddi And Shawn Brennan

44 $568,884,000 16.1% 30%

20.

246

16 $226,165,000 15.9% 20.8%

21.

391

12 $778,892,000 15.7% 39.9%

22.

127

30 $533,726,000 15.4% 41.3%

23.

521

Lion Point

Didric Cederholm

10 $351,877,000 15.3% 49.8%

24.

570

Pomelo Capital

Philip Rosenstrach

14 $20,578,000 15.3% -6.3%

25.

561

53 $864,024,000 15.2% 16.8%

26.

110

Atika Capital

Brad Farber

58 $248,093,000 15.1% 38.8%

27.

6

22 $110,749,000 15.1% 56.9%

28.

53

25 $249,696,000 14.9% 35.6%

29.

413

28 $651,786,000 14.6% 20.8%

30.

38

22 $1,055,525,000 14.5% 37.5%

31.

555

10 $1,053,054,000 14.5% 44%

32.

560

21 $36,188,000 14.5%

33.

141

358 $2,885,764,000 14.3% 36.7%

34.

565

North Run Capital

Thomas Ellis And Todd Hammer

11 $116,401,000 14% -6.1%

35.

478

Granite Point Capital

Warren Lammert

59 $106,188,000 14% 16.2%

36.

202

VenBio Select Advisor

Kurt Von Emster

21 $1,609,103,000 13.7% 47%

37.

532

24 $188,406,000 13.7% 19.4%

38.

144

5 $1,052,286,000 13.4%

39.

17

7 $85,282,000 13.3% 124%

40.

36

EMS Capital

Edmond M. Safra

19 $1,044,782,000 13.2% 43.8%
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.