Atticus Capital Stock Portfolio & Analysis
Atticus Capital was a hedge fund that dissolved in 2009. It mostly invested in public equity markets globally. The founder was Tom Barakett. Between 1996 and 2007, the firm had astonishing growth, with holdings skyrocketing from six million to over twenty billion. However, the New York Times reported the fund lost five billion in the first two quarters of 2008, over 25% of its assets. Atticus Capital was one of the hardest hit funds of the hedge sector after the late 2000s recession. It ranked in the top ten of assets lost, and the company drastically reduced its holdings in 2009. The more profitable Atticus European Fund exists today with a smaller market share.
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