The Liontree Advisors deal with a small, but powerful hedge fund called Liontree Asset Management.

It’s a good bet that you know about it, but not so much about the liontree hedge fund.

The deal was announced in April, after months of speculation that the fund might go public.

As of June 30, Liontree had about $1 billion in assets under management.

As I mentioned above, LionTree has an interesting history.

It was one of the biggest funds in the US in 2008 and 2010, but had problems raising money from investors, which led to it falling short of its IPO goals.

The fund also had trouble selling its holdings after its investments in companies like Netflix and Amazon went bust, and then again after the 2008 financial crisis.

So, when the lionwood hedge fund went public, investors were excited to see Liontree get a much larger slice of the lion’s market.

The hedge fund, led by Peter Meehan, was one among many investment vehicles Liontree bought in the past few years.

A good bet That’s not to say Liontree isn’t a good investment.

It has plenty of solid assets.

The lionwood fund has about $6 billion under management, which it manages with help from Meeham and partner John Bogle.

Meegan’s portfolio includes a number of well-known hedge funds, including Pimco, Bridgewater, and Morgan Stanley.

The Lionwood fund is one of them, with about $7 billion in total assets under its management.

The funds also have a relatively high valuation.

According to Morningstar, Lionwood is worth about $2.8 billion.

That’s an impressive return.

And as the investment advisor that deals with a hedge fund like Liontree, Lion Tree has a pretty big advantage over its rivals.

Unlike some other investment vehicles, it’s a passive investment.

In a passive fund, a portfolio is managed by a small group of people with relatively few holdings.

Investors buy into that portfolio and earn returns that are determined by their performance over the long term.

Passive investing isn’t necessarily a bad thing, and it helps fund managers who are looking to invest in small companies and sectors like retail.

But LionTree isn’t like a large fund like Bridgewater, where you’re trying to make money off of a company.

It is much larger, and that makes it more difficult to find funds with the same performance.

That means LionTree’s success in the hedge fund market has come largely because it’s very, very good at what it does.

LionTree, which has a track record of success The liontree fund is a passive hedge fund that manages the lion tree’s $1.4 billion market cap.

It uses a formula to calculate the value of its portfolio.

The portfolio, called LionTree Equity, has about 3,000 holdings, which the fund uses to calculate its returns.

The numbers come from the investment advisers at the fund, called the LionTree Advisors, which are an advisory firm that helps hedge funds like LionTree manage their funds.

Moo says that the portfolio’s return is determined by a number called a P/E ratio, which is a ratio that looks at the returns a company generates from a stock and compares them to its earnings.

P/Es are calculated using a simple formula.

If a company has an average return of 8%, then its average P/Ex ratio is 8.

P = 8 * 8 / 8 = 20%.

The P/Equity rate is calculated by dividing the average return from the company’s portfolio by the average P Ex ratio, where P is the company stock’s price-to-earnings ratio.

That gives you the average value of a lion tree.

(In the investment world, that number is called a trailing-10-year return.)

In LionTree Asset Management’s case, that P/EV ratio is 20%.

That’s the same P/EX ratio as the average investor would have to put in a year to earn a return that matches the lion trees P/ex rate.

Mow says that LionTree uses the same methodology in determining its returns, and the fund calculates its P/ev ratio as well.

But the Liontree fund also uses a number that’s less obvious to most investors: the P/P ratio.

The P-to_P ratio is the ratio between the returns that investors get from a company’s earnings and its Pex rate, the average company’s return minus its P Ex rate.

It doesn’t make a lot of sense, but it’s the formula that Meeh uses to determine the value.

Lion Tree’s P/p ratio is about 7.5%.

The average Lion Tree portfolio has an P/exp ratio of around 7.8%, according to Morningstars data.

Liontree’s P-exp ratio is actually lower than the average for the fund.

MEEH says that it’s important to note that the lion tr