Paul Tudor Jones


American investor, hedge fund manager, and philanthropist. In 1980, he founded his hedge fund, Tudor Investment Corporation, an asset management firm headquartered in Greenwich, Connecticut. Soon after, he created the Tudor Group, a hedge fund holding company that specializes in fixed income, currencies, equities, and commodities.

As of February 2017, Forbes Magazine estimated his net worth to be US$4.7 billion, making him the 120th richest person on the Forbes 400 and the 22nd highest-earning hedge fund manager. He is known for his large-scale philanthropy and, eight years after founding his hedge fund, he founded the Robin Hood Foundation, which focuses on poverty reduction.

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CNBC full interview with Paul Tudor Jones.

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Paul Tudor Jones: Why we need to rethink capitalism.

Owner and president of Zulauf Asset Management, a Zug, Switzerland-based hedge fund, which he founded in 1990 and now runs as his private family office. Zulauf Asset Management had $1.7 billion assets under management, according to MacroAxis.[3] Zulauf has been a regular member of the Barron’s Roundtable for almost 30 years

Markets Covered & AUM

  • Global macro views
  • AUM: Unknown