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It’s only one opinion but hedge fund manager Robert Citrone, founder of Discovery Capital Management, has positioned his $12.4-billion (U.S.) in funds for a significant market correction,

“'We believe we are in the midst of the market correction we have been expecting,' Citrone, founder of Discovery Capital Management, told investors in an e-mail obtained by Bloomberg. 'It will likely persist over the next 3-4 months and be the largest correction since the 2008 crisis,' he said. The firm managed about $12.4 billion at the start of 2016.”

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