Tiger-Linked Hedge Funds Are Beating the Competition

Superior stock-picking — and a hefty dose of Amazon — put the group ahead of markets, Novus analysis shows.

(Michael Nagle/Bloomberg)

(Michael Nagle/Bloomberg)

Hedge funds known as Tiger cubs, grand cubs, or seeds for their ties to industry legend Julian Robertson, the founder of Tiger Management, tend to short sell and invest in private companies — both activities that have boosted performance in recent years.


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