Here Are The Hedge Fund Managers Who Killed It With Stock Picking In Q1

Bruce Berkowitz

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Given the insane bull rally of the past few months, nearly every hedge fund was likely to have major gains for Q1.But some managers are more equal than others.

Insider Monkey has released its quarterly ranking of major investors’ top picks.

While familiar faces mostly prevail, the No. 1 comes a bit out of left field.

Ian Banwell

Average Q1 large-cap return: 30%

No. of picks: 6

Fund: Round Table Investment Management

Source: Insider Monkey

Jamie Zimmerman

Average Q1 large-cap return: 31.06%

No. of picks: 7

Fund: Litespeed Management

Source: Insider Monkey

Mark Gallogly

Average Q1 large-cap return: 31.1%

No. of picks: 5

Fund: Centerbridge Partners

Source: Insider Monkey

Eric Halet and Davide Serra

Average Q1 large-cap return: 31.1%

No. of picks: 14

Fund: Algebris Investments

Source: Insider Monkey

Francis Chou

Average Q1 large-cap return: 31.9%

No. of picks: 17

Fund: Chou Associates Management

Source: Insider Monkey

Michael Katz

Average Q1 large-cap return: 32.1%

No. of picks: 13

Fund: Glenrock Asset Management

Source: Insider Monkey

Martin Hughes

Average Q1 large-cap return: 33.1%

No. of picks: 5

Fund: Toscafund Asset Management

Source: Insider Monkey

Kevin Michael Ulrich

Average Q1 large-cap return: 34.9%

No. of picks: 8

Fund: Anchorage Capital Group

Source: Insider Monkey

Eddie Lampert

Average Q1 large-cap return: 36.9%

No. of picks: 8

Fund: ESL Investments

Source: Insider Monkey

John Hurley

Average Q1 large-cap return: 37.1%

No. of picks: 16

Fund: Cavalry Asset Management

Source: Insider Monkey

Bruce Berkowitz

Average Q1 large-cap return: 38.2%

No. of picks: 16

Fund: Fairholme

Source: Insider Monkey

Brian Higgins

Average Q1 large-cap return: 41.7%

No. of picks: 6

Fund: King Street Capital

Source: Insider Monkey

One good quarter doesn't make you one of these guys though...

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