Buffett signals a form of defeat: with $100 million to spend, he can't find anything more interesting than his own stock left on the market to buy.
Even though the U.S. stock market began the second half of the year significantly overvalued, Warren Buffett kept increasing his holdings.
According to Gross, markets now have to determine whether Trump is bluffing with his $100 billion in additional tariffs. If so, spreads are too tight.
The official list of top 20 hedge fund managers featured many recognized names, but Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater Associates beats the rest on performance.
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