Book review: “The Man who solved the Market” – Greg Zuckerman | Value Investing News

Book review: “The Man who solved the Market” – Greg Zuckerman

  • However after some time, Simons got bored and started “playing” the markets.
  • But only in the late 80s, the fund finally morphed into a fully fledged quant fund and they started to create a more comprehensive model, with the final move then into equities which allowed a much bigger fund volume.
  • I think this is not totally fair, as no one was able to actually compound at that rate Profits were distributed and the fund investors especially in the later years had to reinvest elsewhere, so we do not know what their actual compounded returns were but clearly lower than 39%.
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