January 10, 2012
But the former high-flying hedge fund manager’s percentage losses weren’t as bad as some of his investors’.
By Stephen Taub
Disappointed in how your portfolio fared last year? Dont look for any sympathy from John Paulson. The hedge fund giant personally lost roughly $3 billion last year. That $3 billion is the amount his own capital in his funds decreased in value in 2011.
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