After Tough 2018, Big Name Funds Bounce Back In 2019 With 12 West Capital Up 23% In First Two MonthsRupert Hargreaves
Last year, the Austin, Texas-based Teton Capital Partners lost money for its investors for the first time since 2008. Teton ended the year down -8.4%, compared to a loss of -4.4% for the S&P 500. Excluding 2008, 2018 was the only year in Teton's history that it has had to report a full-year loss to its investors.
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