The stock market in the United States has taken a huge tumble. The toxic situation in China has led to a massive hit to U.S. stocks. Very few sectors have not been impacted in some way. One would think hedge funds would be suffering. True, certain hedge funds are experiencing a hit. Those funds with money in the healthcare sector, well, they are doing surprisingly well. Overall, a host of healthcare stocks have not been damaged by the current market decline.
Does this mean every single healthcare stock is doing well? Are all the stocks going to be automatically safe from declines in the future? The answer to both of these questions is no. At the present, however, we can see there is a number of stocks (per Forbes) doing extremely well in the market and several hedge funds are doing well since they are so rooted in the healthcare sector. Right now, some of the richest billionaires in the hedge fund world are buying and selling healthcare stocks. The fact they are “dumping” certain healthcare stocks shows healthcare assets are not sure things.
Looking closely at what these billionaires are doing is strongly recommended in order to understand how to navigate such a difficult economic landscape. Anyone who is heavily investing in hedge funds and is very successful with these investments could provide a lot of insight into how to handle the rough patch the market has reached.
Examining the work of someone such as Ken Griffin on wallstreetjournal would definitely be helpful. As the CEO of Citadel, Ken Griffin is an expert in global investments and hedge funds. Looking into how Citadel handles the money of its clients and investors is another way to learn about the ways experts are dealing with the current market situation.
Tracking the movements of those heavily invest in hedge funds and those who manage hedge funds does provide food for thought. This is not to suggest the average investor should mimic the movements of these investors and managers. Really, it would probably be best to discuss personal financial matters with a qualified advisor. Bringing up the movements in the world of hedge funds during the meeting could have some benefits.
Markets have their ups and downs and, yes, markets also have to deal with occasional crashes. Right now, the market is doing extremely poorly but some hedge fund managers are surviving if not thriving. Would it not make sense to look closely at how they are achieving such success.