Mitch Golden scrutinises hedge fund managers and their investment ideas in a variety of settings from the back of a motor scooter in Ho Chi Minh City to a park bench in New York's Central Park. The lieutenant of billionaire investor David Einhorn says it gives him the sort of perspective he can't get from sitting in an office. "This is a really hard job to do by just looking at the stuff that comes across your desk. You have to go out and find it," the 45-year old portfolio manager told Reuters. His approach is paying off. Golden, who runs an $800 million ...
Scooters instead of boardroom 'kabuki': how one fund manager picks winners
Mitch Golden, takes time, sometimes years and the lengths he goes to research potential managers