DislikedProfessional have limitiations due to the sheer volumes they trade, that and 10% of a Billion is enough to pay the bills so why try to make more.Ignored
Fund management is highly competitive. No one is just "trying to pay the bills." They are trying to make the best risk adjusted gains possible, or they can expect to lose their clients and their paycheck.
Since most fund managers don't use over 2-3% leverage, trade volume isn't as big a issue as you may think, especially if they are only risk 1% per trade.
The real reason you don't see fund managers with an average of 50% a month gains is because they have either already gone broke, or they are trading in such a way as to avoid that.
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