Tiger Funds Stick to Their Guns

The worst-performing Tiger-related funds made few major changes to their U.S. stock portfolios in the second quarter.

Glen Kacher (Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg)

Glen Kacher

(Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg)

Talk about conviction.

Many of the worst performing tech and consumer-driven Tiger Cubs and related felines more or less stuck with their biggest positions in the second quarter.

And given the market’s recent sharp rally, this may well have been the best strategy. It’s also another reminder that sometimes the best trades (on Wall Street and in sports) are the ones you don’t make.


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