Hedge fund behind shorting GameStop reports 53% loss in January By Cointelegraph


Hedge fund behind shorting GameStop reports 53% loss in January

Melvin Capital started 2021 with $12.5 billion in assets before retail investors from Reddit caused the firm to lose billions on its GameStop (NYSE:) short positions.

According to a Wall Street Journal report, the hedge fund has a little more than $8 billion in assets at the end of January, which includes a $2.75 billion investment from Citadel and Point72 Asset Management earlier this month. This represents a 53% loss, according to people familiar with the firm.

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