Hedge fund managers say range of skills needed for success

What skills are most important for a hedge fund manager?

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Nick McEwen, Revere Capital Advisors
At the crux of every successful manager is a drive to outwork, outthink and outperform the competition. Foremost the manager will have displayed a natural ability to invest well and will constantly strive to develop this instinct. This is not just about performance but about process, which will have been something honed over several years, perhaps at several firms and oftentimes based on an innately intellectual foundation.

The manager will need deep analytical

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