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Engaged Capital up 18.2% For The Third Quarter, Details New SunOpta Position

Activist hedge fund Engaged Capital generated a return of 18.2% for investors during the third quarter of 2016, taking year-to-date gains to 17.6% according to the third-quarter letter, a copy of which has been by ValueWalk.

Since inception (January 1 to 2014) the fund has returned 45.4% with an average long exposure of 84.2%. Over the same period, the HFRI event-driven index has returned 21.2%, and the Russell 2000 has returned 57.98%.


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