Wild Thing

March 2011
Forbes Asia;Mar2011, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p46
The article talks about Josh Fink, son of BlackRock Inc.'s founder Larry Fink. Josh says that his hedge fund Enso Capital delivered returns of over 80% in each of the last two years. During the financial crisis, Enso lost 40% of its net asset value. About 77.3 percent of his portfolio consists penny and unknown stocks.


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