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Louis Bacon, David Tepper, and more: Here are the biggest names that said goodbye to hedge funds in 2019

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  • The $3.3 trillion hedge fund industry saw several big names call it quits in 2019, as Appaloosa founder David Tepper and Moore Capital chief Louis Bacon both decided to turn their funds into family offices, while Bridgewater’s co-CEO Eileen Murray announced she is leaving her post next year.
  • Other names, like BlueMountain co-founders Stephen Siderow and Andrew Feldstein, were partially pushed out of the industry thanks to poor performance.
  • In the last couple years, big names like Jonathon Jacobson, Leon Cooperman, Jason Karp, John Griffin, Eric Mindich, and more have closed down their funds.
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    Source:: BusinessInsider.Com