Viking, Positive In H1, Finds Value In Medical ExposureMark Melin
A short energy position was among the winners that helped propel Viking Global Equities to a 5.6 percent gain in the first half of 2015 ending July. The long / short strategy beat the S&P 500 by five times with relatively low volatility of 6.8 percent. The Viking Long Fund, by contrast, experienced volatility of 11.6 percent after generating 7.3 percent returns as of July, according to a letter to investors reviewed by ValueWalk, which was written before the August market sell-off.
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