Aided By Pearson’s Debt Gorge, Hedge Fund Up 30% In 2017, After 135% In 2016 – ValueWalk Premium
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Aided By Pearson’s Debt Gorge, Hedge Fund Up 30% In 2017, After 135% In 2016

Left Brain Capital Appreciation Fund L.P., a long-biased hedge fund focused on growth, is up 29.6% year to the end of July following a healthy 134.2% net return in 2016 according to the fund's correspondence for the period, which has been reviewed by ValueWalk.

Left Brain, which is headquartered in Naperville, Illinois, was founded in 2016 by Noland Langford, a former executive at Merrill Lynch and Wells Fargo. The goal of the Appreciation Fund, which currently manages around $11.7 million, is . . .

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