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Venture Capitalists and Hedge Funds Are Buying Meme Coins Like Shiba Inu and Dogwifhat. Should You?

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Cryptocurrency meme coins like Shiba Inu (CRYPTO: SHIB) do not have a reputation for being the type of investment that serious institutional investors at banks and hedge funds would be interested in. In the context of a hedge fund, investment bank, or venture capital group, customers would be extremely happy to see gains on that scale.

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SEC Puts Private Equity and Hedge Funds in its Crosshairs

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The Securities and Exchange Commission is gearing up to pass sweeping regulations for private equity groups, hedge funds, and real estate investment firms that aim to bring oversight and transparency in line with US stock exchanges.

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This Top Hedge Fund Thinks Palantir Is the Top Artificial Intelligence Stock in the Market. Is It Right?

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Tracking what hedge funds are doing can be an excellent check when determining your investment strategy. If you see a couple of hedge funds loading up on a stock you own, you're probably on the right track. This is the case with Renaissance Technologies' purchases of Palantir's stock.

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Bloomberg’s Hedge Fund Forum 2024

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Today, I am participating in a few events at Bloomberg’s Hedge Fund Forum 2024. Looking forward to both of these The post Bloomberg’s Hedge Fund Forum 2024 appeared first on The Big Picture. I will be moderating the Emerging Managers Panel (I did this last year as well).

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The World's Central Banks Are Fretting Hedge Funds' Risky Bond Bets

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If only we could hedge against hedge fund risk. It's just the latest red flag raised by regulatory bodies about hedge funds' recent dalliances in the bond market. When it works, hedge funds make huge profits -- with heavy leverage allowing them to put up precious little of their own cash.

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This "Magnificent Seven" Stock Is a Favorite Among Hedge Funds. Is It a Buy?

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Not surprisingly, these stocks have been popular with professional investors, and hedge funds have piled into them in recent years. Why Microsoft is a hedge fund favorite Hedge fund and professional investors typically favor large-cap stocks, and if the investing thesis is easy for their investors to understand, then that's a bonus.

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5 Most Owned Dividend Aristocrats® by Top Hedge Funds

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In today's video, we will cover five of the most owned Dividend Aristocrats® among the largest hedge funds in the US. To be considered a Dividend Aristocrat®, a stock must pay a growing dividend for at least 25 consecutive years. One of those stocks is The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO).