Forbes – Nehal Chopra, the founder of Ratan Capital Management, is a rarity in the rich $2.8 trillion world of hedge funds these days. The vast majority of hedge fund managers have been unable to keep up with the booming stock market, disappointing their investors in recent years. But for Chopra things have been different. Chopra has consistently been bettering the stock market and posting strong returns year after year.
In 2014, Chopra’s Tiger Ratan Capital hedge fund posted net returns of 22.3%, according to an investor report reviewed by Forbes. The average hedge fund manager eked out a net return of 3.6% last year, according to HFR. The broader stock market, as measured by the Standard & Poor’s 500 index, returned 13.7% in 2014.