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The 2013 Rich List

Click here to view our 12th annual ranking of the world's top-earning hedge fund managers.

The Rich List is our annual ranking of the world's highest-earning hedge fund managers. Earnings include an individual's share of a firm's management and performance fees, as well as gains on his or her own capital in the firm. Links to the Rich List can be found below. 

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RankNameFirmEarnings
1David TepperAppaloosa Managememt$2.2 billion
2Raymond DalioBridgewater Associates1.7 billion
3Steven CohenSAC Capital Advisors1.4 billion
4James SimonsRenaissance Technologies1.1 billion
5Kenneth GriffinCitadel900 million
6Edward LampertESL Investments750 million
7Stephen Mandel Jr.Lone Pine Capital580 million
8Leon CoopermanOmega Advisors560 million
9David ShawD.E. Shaw Group530 million
10Daniel LoebThird Point380 million


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