Peter Thiel's Hedge Fund Clarium Is SLAMMED And Now Down 17% YTD

Peter Thiel’s Clarium has been slammed with losses this year.

His fund is down 17.1% through October.

As of July it was down 13.8%.

Why?

He’s convinced himself of deflation.

No wonder investors are still fleeing the fund.

Last we heard they were down to $850 in AUM. Now Clarium runs only $742 million, according to Bloomberg.

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