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20 Best-Performing Hedge Funds of All Time

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20. Third Point (Dan Loeb)
> Net gains since inception: $18.80 billion
> Start year: 1995
> Net gains in 2021: $3.30 billion
> Assets under management: $16.50 billion

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19. King Street (F Biondi/B Higgins)
> Net gains since inception: $19.40 billion
> Start year: 1995
> Net gains in 2021: $1.80 billion
> Assets under management: $11.50 billion

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18. Davidson Kempner (Marvin Davidson, Thomas Kempner/Anthony Yoseloff )
> Net gains since inception: $19.60 billion
> Start year: 1983
> Net gains in 2021: $2.40 billion
> Assets under management: $29.50 billion

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17. Brevan Howard (Alan Howard)
> Net gains since inception: $22.90 billion
> Start year: 2003
> Net gains in 2021: $0.40 billion
> Assets under management: $18.40 billion

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16. Tiger Global (Chase Coleman)
> Net gains since inception: $25.00 billion
> Start year: 2001
> Net gains in 2021: $-1.50 billion
> Assets under management: $35.00 billion

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