Seth Klarman: Keeping Calm In A Bubble Market

For Seth Klarman's value-focused hedge fund Baupost the early 1990s was a tricky time. According to his letters to investors, between the end of 1990 and fiscal year end of 1996 (October 31), the hedge fund turned every $50,000 invested into $120,585 a compound annual return of 16.17%.

Q3 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc . . .


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