Paul Tudor Jones is Not Making Investors Any Money

September 22nd, 2010
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Contributed by: Teri Buhl
Greenwich hedge funder Paul Tudor Jones might be a Forbes billionaire but he’s not helping his investors make the big bucks this year. According to an investor, BVI Global, his largest fund at Tudor Investment Corporation, is negative .9 percent as of September 20th. Meaning the 10 billionish of investor money he runs, in BVI, is lagging behind the industry average (Global Diversified Sector) whose average performance, according to HSBC, is positive 2.1 percent.

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Tudor Investment Corporation
Related People: James Pallotta*; Paul Tudor Jones, II
Related Entities: Altar Rock*; BVI Global Fund Ltd; Raptor Global*; Tudor Investment Corp; Tudor Investments; Tudor Momentum Futures Fund; Tudor Tensor
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