Paul Singer, the hedge fund billionaire behind Elliot Management, has a long track record of making accurate market calls in the face of big economic events.
Singer took the company from a $1.3-million fund in 1977 to a $35-billion megafund—along the way making correct calls prior to the financial collapse of 2008 and subsequent dot-com bubble ups and downs.
Additionally, Singer accurately called a 50% fall in the global stock market from its February high.
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