Thanks In Part To Spinoffs, Israeli Value Hedge Fund Grows 40-Fold In Five Years

Eden Alpha, the long/short value hedge fund managed by Nathanael Dreyfuss, Assaf Nathan and Yaniv Uliel according to the principles set out by Benjamin Graham had a fairly subdued 2016. In comparison to the fund’s prior year’s, 2016’s returns are poor as the fund only generated a net return of 8.5% according to Eden Alpha’s full-year letter, a copy of which has been reviewed by ValueWalk. The fund was hurt in part by undisclosed shorts and plans to pare back shortsales in . . .

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