Moore Capital’s Louis Bacon Talks Stocks, the Japan Trade, and China

The legendary macro manager is one of a few who are posting losses this year. But he tells Alpha that several markets could start to look interesting again.


Macro traders are off to a mostly rocky start this year, and some of the industry’s best-known names are suffering a slump.

One of those managers, Moore Capital Management’s Louis Bacon, tells Alpha that while he’s cooling on the U.S. equity market, which hurt him in February, he thinks that at least one big trade from 2013 will pick up steam again later this year.

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