In today's WSJ. I subscribe to the print, maybe one of you guys who have the digital edition can paste it here. They say they are losing four partners and cutting staff down to 25 employees from 35. The Relative Value Opportunity Portfolio is down 42.78% to the end of November with a net asset value of $554.8M. I wonder at what point to investors say "no more" for a particular hedge fund manager. It seems as if they don't care about a fund manager's performance, they care about his education or a brand name built by long ago good performance.