Nishkama Capital’s Bold Short Alphabet Bet Boosts 2016 ReturnsRupert Hargreaves
Nishkama Capital Q1 Letter: Short Alphabet
Nishkama Capital, the hedge fund founded by former Soros Fund Management analyst Ravee Mehta, returned -1.4% net in the first quarter of 2016, slightly outperforming the Russell 2000 and NASDAQ, which returned -1.5% and -2.4% respectively over the period and underperforming the S&P 500 which returned +1.4%. That’s according to the fund’s first quarter letter, a copy of which has been reviewed by ValueWalk.
Nishkama’s gross long ROIC, which is defined as gross long contribution divided by average . . .
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