John Paulson

  1. The common fee structure of hedge funds is known as Two and Twenty - a two percent asset management fee and then a 20% cut of any gains generated.

    What Are Hedge Funds?

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  2. Financial Careers According To Hollywood

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  3. 3 Of The Best Traders Alive

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  4. Understanding The Risk In The BRICs

    The BRICs offer much in the way of portfolio and economic growth, however, there ...
  5. Just How Smart Is Wall Street?

    With a history of big-money mistakes, investors would be wise to rethink the wisdom ...
  6. Great Investors Not Named Buffett

    Warren Buffett deserves the praise he gets, but there are many other investors worthy ...
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