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Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones told Wall Street investors to bet on a spike in volatility right before markets went haywire

The billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones told Wall Street investors last week that he expected market volatility to go up. It has been a long-term view for Jones, according to a person familiar with his fund. His fund, which has largely struggled in recent years, is up 4.8% this year through January. The hedge fund legend Paul Tudor Jones spoke at a private investor conference last week, and he told a group of Wall Street investors he was betting on a spike in volatility.
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