This 28-year-old short seller’s hedge fund made a 24% return last year. Now she’s eyeing the ballooning US debt pile.
|06/16/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Short seller Fahmi Quadir, who runs the fund Safkhet Capital in New York, made a 24% return last year.
- In an interview with Business Insider, Quadir said her winning trades come from focusing on shorting companies with “predatory business models.”
- The 28-year-old is currently eyeing a private company focused on the student debt market, that may eventually IPO.
- She said her fund only makes “conviction” bets because it “can’t afford to spend time throwing darts.”
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