Greenlight Posts Big Gains in November (InstitutionalInvestorsAlpha) David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital posted a strong 4.7 percent gain in November, putting it up 19.1 percent for the year with just one month to go. The most recent monthly performance easily topped the 2.80 percent gain posted by the S&P 500 (3.05 percent with dividends reinvested). But […]
Today we'll put aside the hedge fund battles, the controversial calls, and the wrangling with Washington and give thanks for what really matters — family, football, and most crucial for our purposes right here, food. Business Insider...Show More Summary
By R.S. Analytics: Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn is the latest Wall Street hot shot hedge fund manager to jump on the Micron (MU) express. Einhorn confirmed his firm's new long position in Micron while speaking at an investor conference in New York. Show More Summary
ByElectric Phred: Dear David: Welcome to Micron (MU)! Where have you been? On September 19th I wrote an article here on Seeking Alpha that urged management to straighten out their disastrous investor relations group and inept finance...Show More Summary
Apple's no BlackBerry, says hedge fund billionaire David Einhorn.
David Einhorn begins his discussion on the market warning that "certain aspects of the market are very much in bubble," with investors "dismissing valuation metrics." "The market is confused," between useful products and real profit streams, he suggests for a number of headline-grabbing higly speculative names. Show More Summary
Rich Apple shareholders want a better return. "Where's the Beef?" is essentially what Carl Icahn and David Einhorn are saying to Apple (AAPL). Both have a big positon in the stock and they want their return on investment, pronto. read more
Though he is no longer suing Apple over its massive amount of cash and reserves, hedge fund manager David Einhorn still spoke out on the issue on Thursday, stating he still does not believe the company is doing enough for investors.
Hedge fund billionaire David Einhorn made it clear he is still short Green Mountain Coffee, despite the company's impressive gains over the past year, adding their accounting is still shoddy and the business model isn't viable.
It's been a good year for Green Mountain, but the company has yet to get out of David Einhorn's shadow.
Hedge fund heavyweight David Einhorn, who runs Greenlight Capital, was just on CNBC's "Halftime Report" with Scott Wapner from the Robin Hood conference. During the inaugural Robin Hood Investors Conference, Einhorn revealed that's he's long Micron Technology. Show More Summary
Hedge fund guru David Einhorn was on CNBC’s “Fast Money: Halftime Report” with Scott Wapner a short while ago, roaming over a number of topics, including Apple (AAPL), whose management he challenged earlier this year on the topic of return of cash to shareholders. Einhorn failed in his attempt in March to get CEO Tim [...]
Greenlight Capital founder and president David Einhorn was just on CNBC explaining why his hedge-fund firm owns gold. Short version: Well, you never quite know what’s going to happen, now do you? Einhorn said he owns some of the metal just in case “things go haywire” — which I guess means a financial crisis redux, a [...]
Closely-followed hedge fund manager David Einhorn mentioned Micron Technology at the inaugural Robin Hood Investors Conference, according to folks on Twitter. This conference is closed to press. The stock is up more than 4% right now. Micron...Show More Summary
David Einhorn‘s Greenlight Capital, in a newly amended filing with the SEC, disclosed cutting its position in Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:BAGL) to slightly above 6.7 million shares, from over 9.2 million held earlier. Following the decrease, Greenlight holds 38.3% of the company, down from 53.1% reported in an earlier filing. The fund disposed the shared […]
By John Vincent: This article is part of a series that provides an ongoing analysis of the changes made to David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital US long stock portfolio on a quarterly basis. It is based on Einhorn's regulatory 13F Form filed on 11/14/2013. Show More Summary
Our quarterly glimpse at David Einhorn’s stock portfolio is just in, and Greenlight Capital is likely to make big headlines with this one. Reuters Moves during the three months ending Sept. 30 included expanding the firm’s stake in WPX Energy (WPX), eliminating a stake in Oaktree Capital (OAK), and trimming large stakes in Aetna (AET) and [...]
David Einhorn’s hedge fund Greenlight Capital is one of the “hedgies” who has just filed its 13F, disclosing its equity portfolio at the end of September. Among all the holdings of the fund, the largest represents a $1.1 billion stake in Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), which contains a total of some 2.4 million shares. The second-largest is […]
After market’s rapid climb, Einhorn pares bet on rally (InvestmentNews) Hedge-fund manager David Einhorn is taking a more conservative approach to his investment portfolio even as wagers that stocks would fall caused his results to trail the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. Long positions, which gain on rising asset prices, exceeded short bets by 35 […]
When even Bank of America's Michael Hartnett has a note titled "It's getting frothy, man", and joins such other bubble-warners as JPM, Bill Gross, Larry Fink, and David Einhorn, one can be absolutely positive that the Fed will do... absolutely nothing. Show More Summary