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Paul Tudor Jones    

Founder of Tudor Investment Corporation and the Robin Hood Foundation

Paul Tudor Jones II is an American hedge fund manager, conservationist and philanthropist. Jones got his start at his dad's small business paper, the Memphis Daily News, where he wrote under the name Paul Eagle in high school and college. He cut his teeth trading cotton futures at the New York Cotton Exchange, under the tutelage of renowned cotton trader Eli Tullis. As of April 2022, his net worth was estimated at US$7.3 billion.

Jones is known for his macro trades, particularly his bets on interest rates and currencies. In 1980, he founded Tudor Investment Corporation, which now manages an estimated $11 billion in assets. In 1988, he cofounded the Robin Hood Foundation, with the goal of reducing poverty in New York City.


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Hedge-fund manager Paul Tudor Jones is closing the Tudor Futures Fund, the first hedge fund he ever opened, in order to focus on his far larger flagship fund, ...

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