If you answered “at least 10”, you are correct.
As the following photo, courtesy of @FCFYield shows, Greg Jensen, 42, Co-CEO/CIO of the world’s largest hedge fund Bridgewater (until recently Ray Dalio’s heir apparent, until he featured prominently in the news earlier this year when he was rumored to be abdicating his executive role after an alleged spat with his boss), needs over 10 square feet of real estate to keep track of all the ways that the fund’s “risk parity” strategies can go wrong. Or perhaps just to more effectively spy on the employees at the fund, which the NYT recently dubbed a “cauldron of fear and intimidation.”
And then there is the reflexive rhetorical question: is owning more screens than most other traders on Wall Street a necessary and sufficient condition to managing $150 billion, or is it the other way round.
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