Monkeys, I was reading this article on bloomberg which mentioned that 2016 marked the beginning of the end of hedge funds. It says that the investors are joining a growing revolt, spurred by years in which fund managers grew rich while producing little in the way of returns.

In 2016, big money clients finally decided to bail. "Let them sell their summer homes and jets and return those fees to investors," one New York City official said in a nod to the populist wave that swept Trump into the presidency.

Do you think that raising capital would become difficult for hedge funds down the lane? What will be the impact on the fund managers and employees?

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