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Greenlight's David Einhorn Dumps Civeo Stock As He Presses Mother Fracker Short

As Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn made headlines for a controversial short call on shale oil exploration firms like Pioneer Natural Resources - 'mother frackers' as he calls them - the hedge fund manager quietly was exiting a money losing stake in oilfield accommodations firm Civeo Corporation.

Financing ‘frack addicts’ and shale producers in the US: Petrodollars

Robert Perkins examines the delicate balance act of financing shale oil production in the US in this week’s Oilgram News column, Petrodollars.   The US shale industry took a high-profile bashing this month from David Einhorn, the US hedge fund manager who gained notoriety by shorting Lehman Brothers a year before the bank collapsed in […]

Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital Takes Fresh Stake in General Motors

David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital planted a stake in General Motors (GM) in the first quarter, regulatory filings show. Greenlight’s Einhorn added a GM position valued at $355 million, or about 9.5 million shares. Greenlight also added to positions in Chicago Bridge & Iron (CBI) to Micron Technology (MU), Tri Pointe Homes (TPH) and Voya Financial (VOYA). Einhorn’s hedge [...]

Seth Klarman's Hedge Fund Bought Stock In David Einhorn's Big Shale Oil Short

Baupost bought shares of Pioneer Natural Resources in the first quarter of 2015 and held 3,166,937 shares of the oil shale producer on March 31, according to a Securities & Exchange Commission filing that Baupost made on Friday.

Shale "Revolver Raids" To Resume In October When "Rubber Meets The Road" For HY Energy

Now that the defaults and bankruptcies have begun, and now that David Einhorn has jumped on the bandwagon (coining a new word in the process), it’s time for banks to start taking a hard look at just how bad the fallout will be once hedges start rolling off and more weak hands are shaken out of the HY oil & gas space. Show More Summary

The shale boom? It looks a lot like the dot com bubble, not the financial crisis (USO, OIL)

Earlier this week, Greenlight Capital founder David Einhorn came out swinging against the shale oil industry. At a presentation Monday, Einhorn said, "We [Greenlight] object to oil fracking because the investment can contaminate returns." Basically,...Show More Summary

Here's David Einhorn's full 'Motherfrackers' presentation on the major problems he sees in the fracking industry

On Monday David Einhorn kicked off the Sohn Investment Conference with his short thesis on the fracking industry. "We object to oil fracking because the investment can contaminate returns," he said. The way he sees it, fracking is simply way to expensive a business. Show More Summary

Einhorn Slams Mother Frackers

By EconMatters David Einhorn, the famous billionaire hedge fund manager, just found his next target: U.S. onshore E&Ps or the oil fracking companies. He laid out his short thesis during the annual Sohn Investment Conference in New York. Show More Summary

Ira Sohn Conference Picks And Pans Summary

In what was perhaps the most uneventful Ira Sohn book-talking conference in years, some of the biggest hedge fund names came, and as expected, talked their book. There were few surprises, perhaps with the exception of David Einhorn who...Show More Summary

Greenlight's Einhorn slams oil frackers, Meister touts Yum at Sohn

By Svea Herbst-Bayliss, Jessica Toonkel and Ashley Lau NEW YORK (Reuters) - Billionaire hedge fund manager David Einhorn kicked off the 20th annual Sohn Investment Conference in New York on Monday by laying out his case against oil frackers, arguing that these companies drill "lots and lots of holes" and burn through plenty of cash. Show More Summary

US Shale Sector Crashes After David Einhorn Repeats What Everyone Knows Already

Greenlight's David Einhorn has come out swinging at the Fed-fueled fracking frenzy and, after pointing out facts that are extremely widely known, and have been explained innumerable times here, sent Shale stocks tumbling... led by the so-called "MotherFracker" - Pioneer Natural Resources... Show More Summary

David Einhorn's pitching a new investment idea at a big Wall Street conference

David Einhorn, founder of Greenlight Capital, is about to present a new investment idea at the Sohn Conference in New York City. More than 2,500 investors are gathering at Lincoln Center in New York City today for the highly-anticipated...Show More Summary

Gundlach Considers 100X Leveraged Bet Against German Bunds

A little over a week ago, the “old” Bond King Bill Gross called the 10-year German Bund the “short of a lifetime.” Shortly thereafter, David Einhorn challenged Mario Draghi to explain what he imagines would constitute signs of a bubble...Show More Summary

Tuesday's your last chance to enter the investment contest of the year

If you've ever wanted to run your ideas by some of the world's leading investors, now is your chance. A panel of all-star judges — including Bill Ackman, David Einhorn, Joel Greenblatt, Seth Klarman, and Michael Price — will once again...Show More Summary

Assessing The Bund Shortage And Weighing Mario Draghi's Q€ Expansion Options

On Monday, we highlighted the following question posed by David Einhorn to Mario Draghi: “ Mario Draghi says he sees no sign of a bubble in the sovereign debt market, which raises the question: what does Mr. Draghi think a bubble inShow More Summary

A.M. Funds Roundup: Warnings High Yield Bond Funds, Deteriorating Earnings

Links to the best reading in funds investing: Jeffrey Gundlach at DoubleLine Capital is worried about a run on bond high-yield bond funds — Barbara Kollmeyer, MarketWatch Greenlight Capital’s David Einhorn warns of an earnings breakdown– Kelly Bit and Arie Shapira, Bloomberg Too much Apple (AAPL) in your mutual fund? — Avi Salzman, Barron’s BlackRock [...]

David Einhorn Is "Adding More Shorts", Has A Question For Mario Draghi

In his latest letter David Einhorn first of all proceeds to unload on the epic accounting gimmick that was GE's $16 billion charge, which to the Greenlight manager is confirmation of how the industrial conglomerate was cooking its books...Show More Summary

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