Some of world’s most renowned hedge fund managers will gather at the Robin Hood Foundation’s inaugural investors conference to help raise $5 million for New York City’s poor.
Robin Hood Foundation’s executive director, David Saltzman told Bloomberg that Appaloosa Management’s David Tepper, Bridgewater Associates’ Ray Dalio and Third Point’s Daniel Loeb are some of the hedge fund managers who will share some of their best trading ideas at the conference, which began on Thursday.
Saltzman added that attendees are “going to get some of the best tips they ever had.”
Founded in 1988 by hedge fund guru Paul Tudor Jones, the Robin Hood Foundation helps New York City bridge the gap between the rich and the poor in the form of better education, job training, or temporary food and shelter. It has granted over $1.1 billion to various charities since its inception.