What We're Reading ~ Hedge Fund Links 5/3/13 ~ market folly

Friday, May 3, 2013

What We're Reading ~ Hedge Fund Links 5/3/13

Seth Klarman cautions "false sense of calm in the US" [ValueWalk]

Emerging manager interview with Tappan Street Partners [Distressed Debt Investing]

Children's Investment Fund trumpets Japan Tobacco investment [Moneybeat]

Paul Singer on gold's irreplaceability and euro's dark future [ValueWalk]

Corvex's Keith Meister lays out investment in Commonwealth [Moneybeat]

Valiant Capital has rough first quarter [Institutional Investor's Alpha]

JANA's Rosenstein slams Agrium [Absolute Return]

SEC said to push for lifting ban on hedge fund ads [Bloomberg]

Hedge funds scooping up personal property tax liens [Term Sheet]

Highfields Capital faces uphill task with Tim Hortons [Hedgeworld]

Eddie Lampert tries to convince shareholders Sears is on the right track [Hedgeworld]

Lansdowne exits Prudential short after meaningful losses [Bloomberg]

You've never heard of one of the best performing hedge funds [Quartz]

Tough times for hedge funds that bet on market tumult [Reuters]

Hedge funds drive demand for Greek Corporate Debt [Moneybeat]

Indian hedge funds dare where foreign investors fear [Reuters]

The hunt for Steve Cohen [Vanity Fair]

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