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This is not the first time hedge fund funds have gone big in one year.
Hedge fund funds went up in the last year, too.
“It’s very clear that the Ponzi scheme has been exposed to the end of 2020,” said Michael Kofman, a senior fellow at the New America Foundation and an expert on the P2P economy.
He said the fund managers who invested in Ponzis have “no idea” that their money is being redistributed in a way that will be bad for the economy.
The fund funds were set up in early October as a way to protect hedge fund investors against the PucaTrade bubble.
PucaTrade was the internet trading market that made it possible for hedge fund managers to trade in their hedge fund’s stocks and bonds, at prices that weren’t available to the general public.
The fund had a limited trading market, and Puca trades were only traded through PucaTrust, a platform that allows hedge fund traders to place trades through other companies.
But hedge fund executives didn’t see the value in using PucaTrust to trade, so they set up the fund.
Investors bought shares in the fund, which is run by Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund, which has a stake in the hedge fund.