Hedge fund industry needs to take warnings of Occupy movement to heart

Tragic sequel

greek-tragedy

Consult the Oxford English Dictionary. Europe, and de facto, the rest of the world is living through a tragedy: an event causing great suffering, destruction and distress, such as a serious accident, crime or natural catastrophe.

While some may be inclined to see it as tragic-farce, no one is likely to be laughing if (when) the eurozone implodes. Hedge funds are clearly a pessimistic –or realistic – lot, with most managers clearly betting on a Greek exit of the union.

Even if somehow a major meltd

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