Paul Tudor Jones

How are sell-side researchers adapting their approach in the age of technology?
The former Robin Hood Foundation executive is shaping impact investment strategy at the world’s largest asset management firm.
Pro–charter school groups, backed by hedge fund managers, have become a political powerhouse in New York’s fight over education reform.
Backed by unions and other community activists, the Hedge Clippers are taking on income inequality by singling out Paul Tudor Jones, Daniel Loeb and other hedge fund billionaires.
A group called the Strong Economy for All Coalition is descending on the hedge fund manager’s Connecticut home to demonstrate against what it sees as billionaires’ outsize role in political campaigns.
Why are macro fund slogging along this year? And, in the longer context, is it really as bad as it looks?