This guy is now one of the most successful hedge-fund managers of all time

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Success beyond your wildest dreams.

Bill Ackman, whose Pershing Square Capital made $4.5 billion for its investors last year, jumped onto the list of the Top 20 most successful hedge-fund managers of all time, according to an annual ranking out recently.

The New York Post reports that Ackman, 48, is the youngest investor to make the list, which is compiled by Rick Sopher, who runs the world’s oldest fund of hedge funds, London-based LCH Investments.

The $18.3 billion Pershing earned its investors $11.6 billion since it started in 2004, according to LCH.

The top all-time hedge-fund manager is George Soros, whose $31 billion Quantum Endowment Fund was started in 1973, followed by Ray Dalio’s $81 billion Bridgewater Pure Alpha, launched two years later.

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Bill Ackman now among the ‘most successful’ hedgies of all time

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