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The hedge fund legend emailed CNBC's Joe Kernen on Friday.
David Tepper, founder of Appaloosa Management, gave exclusive comments to CNBC's Joe Kernen on the market.
Donald Steinbrugge of Agecroft Partners says it's not a bad thing that hedge funds are closing down because there are "way too many" in operation.
Anthony Raza of UOB Asset Management says the firm sees "limited upside" for markets in 2020 and is overweight alternative strategies, such as investing in hedge funds, that tend to be less driven by market performance. 02:18 Thu, Jan 2…
Three hedge funds are among the top investors in the 2020 IPO pipeline, according to a report. CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports.
Hedge Fund legend Louis Bacon is calling it quits after three decades. CNBC's Leslie Picker reports.
Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones speaks at the Greenwich Economic Forum about how polls conducted for his firm show investors believe the S&P will trade around 2250 if Senator Elizabeth Warren gets elected president.
CNBC's Leslie Picker shares the highlights from the firm Greenlight Capital's third quarter letter.
Brian Reynolds, Reynolds Strategy chief market strategist, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren's proposal to crackdown on private equity.
Billionaire investor Jeffrey Vinik is shutting down his hedge fund, which he launched earlier this year. He joins "Squawk Box" to discuss his decision.
Jeffrey Vinik, the billionaire investor who relaunched his hedge fund earlier this year, is now closing that hedge fund. CNBC's Leslie Picker reports.