George Soros Part Nine: Political Controversy

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Rupert Hargreaves
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George Soros is one of the most successful hedge fund managers ever. While at the helm of the Quantum Fund (founded by Soros and Jim Rogers in the 70s), he generated an average annual return for investors of 30%. Across this ten-part series, I’m taking a look at Soros’ life, trading career, and political involvements.  In the first eight parts of this series, I’ve covered the beginnings of Soros’ Quantum Fund, Soros’ trades against the Bank of Thailand and possibly Soros’ most famous trade against the British pound in 1992. Alongside these infamous trades, I also covered Soros’ trading mentality…

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