George Soros on the sovereign debt crisis, Ireland, commodities and the U.S. deficit
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Gold's 23 percent surge this year to a record is proving no deterrent to George Soros, John Paulson and Paul Touradji, whose investments signal more gains for the longest winning streak in at least nine decades.
The Treasury chief also says that Washington is not too soft on Wall Street, and that it's become "easy for people to get away with a perception which has so little basis in reality."
Stanley Druckenmiller, the billionaire hedge fund manager best remembered for making a billion dollars for George Soros, has decided enough is enough.