The story of the survival of hedge funds and managers in the aftermath of crisis
Hedge Hunters has been one of the most important and best–selling books on hedge funds since its debut in November 2007. Since then, the financial markets have been turned upside down, posing unprecedented challenges to hedge fund managers. This revised and updated edition deals with those changes with all the insight and knowledge that made the original edition so successful. Katherine Burton has written a new preface and has updated each chapter with a discussion of how the fund was affected by the downturn, the manager′s strategies for coping with the ongoing turbulence, and how the fund survived.
Preface to the 2007 Edition.
Chapter 1 Introduction (Mark Yusko).
What It Takes to Be the Best.
Chapter 2 Masters (Michael Steinhardt).
A Passion for Performance.
Chapter 3 Steinhardt′s Pick (John Armitage).
Reasoned and Unrattled.
Chapter 4 Masters (Marc Lasry).
An Intolerance for Losing.
Chapter 5 Lasry′s Pick (Craig Effron).
A Grip on Risk.
Chapter 6 Masters (Lee Ainslie).
A Stock Picker, Pure and Hardly Simple.
Chapter 7 Ainslie′s Pick (Bernay Box).
The Big Time in Small Caps.
Chapter 8 Masters (Boone Pickens).
The Imperturbable Oilman.
Chapter 9 Pickens′s Picks (Brian Bradshaw, David Meaney, Michael Ross, and Alex Szewczyk).
A Place at the Table.
Chapter 10 Masters (Josh Friedman and Mitch Julis).
Doyens of Debt.
Chapter 11 Friedman′s and Julis′s Picks (Jeffrey Schachter and Burton Weinstein).
Leaving Little to Chance.
Chapter 12 Masters (Dwight Anderson).
The Phoenix Phenomenon.
Chapter 13 Anderson′s Pick (Roberto Mignone).
Fruits of Firsthand Knowledge.
Chapter 14 Anderson′s Pick (Bruce Ritter).
Mastering a Changing Market.
Chapter 15 Masters (Julian Robertson).
Chapter 16 Masters (Jim Chanos).
Out on the Short–Selling Limb.
Chapter 17 Masters (Richard Perry).
A Manager′s Manager.
Chapter 18 Masters (Daniel Loeb).