George Soros Has Great 2013 Returns, But Volatile Love LifeMark Melin
George Soros had a good and bad year in 2013: he won in business but is having a rough go of it in the love department.
In 2013 the Quantum Endowment fund had its second best year ever, up just over 19% with $28.6 billion under management. Its best year was 2007, up 32%. With the positive returns George Soros, who closed the fund to family only so as to avoid regulatory scrutiny, eclipses Bridgewater’s Ray Dalio’s Pure Alpha fund as the one who . . .
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