Tiburon calmly charts a steady course between greed and fear

Mon Jun 22, 2009




Asia bulls with a firm belief that decoupling in the region is real this time around, the founders of fundamentally driven Tiburon plan expansion into Japan, India and renewable energy

This year's stock market tussle between fear and greed has had all the excitement of a boxing match, and one that Tiburon Partners has been keen to watch - investing in the huge opportunities it has created.


Mark Martyrossian, Richard Pell-Ilderton and Mark Fleming


"Greed was flat on the canvas at the beginning of the year and fear ruled until the end of March," says Tiburon co-founder Mark Martyrossian. "But recently people suddenly forgot fear. Greed has been beating the count, slugging away and now has the upper hand."

Clearly, Tiburon has been successful in anticipating these trends, with its funds all clocking up more than respectable numbers for the year to date. The hedged Asia ex-Japan Tiburon Tiger fund was...

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