As the world continues to fret about the rise of Donald Trump, the 10 hedge funds most valued by their investors are getting a little more attention.
Among the most popular are Hussman Fund Advisors, CapitalG and Dimensional Fund Advisers, according to a new report from research firm FactSet.
The report tracks the performance of the funds as they’ve done in the past two years, tracking their assets, earnings and share prices.
These 10 are the most-valued hedge funds, according in a recent study by FactSet that surveyed more than 4,000 hedge fund managers.
While the list is dominated by American hedge funds like KKR, Fidelity, BlackRock and Vanguard, there are some other names that are making waves around the world, including Citi, UBS, Credit Suisse and BlackRock.
Here’s what the top 10 have done over the past year.
The 10 most-valuable hedge fundsThe Hussman Group has risen as one of the most valuable funds in the world.
The firm, which is based in New York City, is the largest publicly traded asset manager in the U.S. with $1.4 trillion in assets, according FactSet data.
It has been valued at $2.9 billion.
Its fund has had an 18% increase in assets over the last year.
In the past three years, its assets have increased by $9.6 billion.
The Hussmans is an American-owned firm, and it started out as a hedge fund in the early 1980s, before it was bought by the now-defunct Fidelity Investment Management in 1995.
Since then, it has grown to be the biggest publicly traded fund in U.K. history, according the firm.
Hussman has an asset allocation of roughly 2% and its annualized returns are over 3%, according to FactSet’s data.
In 2018, the firm posted earnings of $3.6 million, up 12% from 2017.
It’s now valued at about $1 billion.
In 2020, it raised a record $1,094 million to become the largest fund in its sector, which includes private equity, municipal bonds and mutual funds.
Its earnings rose 23% from $1 million in 2017 to $1 trillion in 2018.
Its growth rate has also been increasing since 2020, according a FactSet study, which also included a survey of hedge fund investors.
In 2020, the fund’s total assets grew by almost $2 trillion.
In the past 12 months, Hussman has grown the size of its portfolio by nearly 20%.
It’s grown from $600 million in 2020 to $2,300 million in 2021, and now has assets of $2.,000 billion.
This year, the group invested in 10 companies that collectively have a market cap of $100 billion, and has invested in 14 of them, according, FactSet, a website that tracks the holdings of hedge funds.
The fund also recently sold its largest stake in a U.P. car manufacturer, Audi, to private equity firm Blackstone Group, according The Wall Street Journal.