Tiger Funds Post First-Quarter Gains

But for many firms, returning to their previous high-water marks won’t be an easy task.

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Most Tiger-related funds got off to a fairly strong start this year. But given the huge losses that several of them suffered in 2022 and even 2021, getting back to their high-water marks is going to be a challenge.

In some cases, this year’s best first-quarter performers were last year’s worst performers, while several funds that posted more muted results in the first three months of this year were the ones that lost smaller amounts in 2022.

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