Noted money manager Stanley Druckenmiller is shutting down his investment advisory firm Duquesne Capital Management, after 30 years.

Druckenmiller, 57, told Bloomberg News that he was tired of the stress of managing money for others and frustrated by his failure in the past three years to match returns that had averaged 30 percent annually since 1986.

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