Pdt hedge fund is an investor website and blog created by a hedge fund manager and his wife. They write about a variety of topics about investing, business, and their lives.
It’s not clear how much of the content is true, what hedge fund managers are actually saying, or whether they’re actually following any advice in these blog posts. In spite of their success, hedge funds are often criticized for not taking the time to truly understand the markets or for not being open with their investors. Most of their content is self-serving (or otherwise un-self-serving) and most of it is a very thin layer of truth.
I can only speak to the post I read directly before I opened up the blog, but I could have sworn there was a hedge fund manager who made a post that implied he was a great investor.
Of course, the thing is that anyone who makes a statement like that has no idea what they are talking about. For instance, one of the worst examples of a portfolio manager is a guy who makes a statement like that and then proceeds to sell his portfolio to the highest bidder.
There are a lot of hedge funds out there. A lot of them are just bad at it. Of course, the problem is that hedge funds are unregulated, and the best the market can do is to guess at what a hedge fund manager will do. But that is often enough to create a perception that the hedge fund itself is a shady operation. I know this because I read a similar post by a hedge fund manager.
At first glance, it seems like a hedge fund manager is a very nice person. He has good intentions and a good reputation. But you know what’s really a hedge fund manager? The guy who sells his portfolio to the highest bidder.
So as I read the post, I knew that hedge funds are not for the faint of heart. In fact, I found myself thinking that they are a bunch of creepy, greedy bastards. But I have to admit that I was surprised by the post’s contents.
Actually, that post is written from the perspective of a hedge fund manager who is selling his portfolio to buy his life savings. But it’s a perspective that doesn’t necessarily apply to anyone else. I was surprised that the post also had some insight into the mindset of hedge fund managers, and I bet that there are many more that have the same mindset and approach.
They are also greedy and creepy in a different way than other hedge funds because they sell their portfolios to other Wall Street firms. They are actually selling the same thing they are purchasing. They dont really care about money or returns, they only care about their investment.
Most hedge funds are a little bit like a pyramid scheme, where they have three core groups, the principals, the middlemen, and the traders. As the funds grow in size and power, the principals become more and more important, and the middlemen, the brokers, the traders, and the retail investors become less and less important.