Dalio Top Earner In 'Lean' Year For Richest Hedge Fund Managers

Mar 30 2012 | 1:23pm ET

A volatile year for hedge funds makes for a volatile year for hedge fund compensation—especially at the top.

The previous year's biggest earner, John Paulson, who made almost $5 billion in 2010, had the worst year of his career and fell off the list entirely. In Paulson's place is last year's number two, Bridgewater Associates' Ray Dalio, who made $3.9 billion last year, $800 million more than he took home in 2010.


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