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Are Hedge Funds Becoming Less Influential?

Last week, Caterpillar (CAT) was the subject of a bearish call by Greenlight Capital’s David Einhorn, and Kynikos Associates agrees—along with many others, if short interest in the stock is any indication. Yet Caterpillar closed higher on Friday. Show More Summary

Midas touch gone, hedge fund industry's influence may be waning

By David Randall, Svea Herbst-Bayliss and Lawrence Delevingne NEW YORK (Reuters) - Hedge fund manager David Einhorn has built a reputation on his ability to crater a company's stock. His prescient short calls such as Allied Capital and Lehman Brothers had been announced in previous years at the annual Sohn Investment Conference in New York. Show More Summary

Short-interest in Cat Stock Is Way Above Average

David Einhorn, manager of hedge fund Greenlight Capital, unveiled a splashy, bearish call on Caterpillar (CAT) at the Ira Sohn Investment Conference this week. So did Jim Chanos, founder of hedge fund Kynikos Associates. Data from S3 Partners, an analytics firm, show that it’s not just the two hedge-fund luminaries who are bearish: short-interest in Cat is way […]

David Einhorn is short Caterpillar (CAT)

Billionaire hedge fund manager David Einhorn is short Caterpillar. Shares of the company tumbled in after-hours trading after he disclosed the position Wednesday. The Greenlight Capital president revealed his firm's position at the Ira...Show More Summary

Hedge fund manager David Einhorn staying in Apple, sees 'tremendous value'

Infamous hedge fund manager David Einhorn, who has previously butted heads with Apple, remains bullish on the iPhone maker despite its recent market plunge, giving the company a vote of confidence during a recent conference call.

Einhorn: ‘Kitchen-Sink’ Central Bank Policies ‘Bullish for Gold’

David Einhorn at hedge fund Greenlight Capital is the latest to tout gold as global central banks keep the pedal to the metal when comes to easy-money policy. Simone Foxman and Katherine Chiglinsky at Bloomberg jumped on the earnings call this morning for Greenlight Capital Re (GLRE), a Cayman Islands reinsurer whose investments are managed by […]

Yelp rallies after Einhorn investment

Yelp shares rose more than 6% in after-hours trade Monday after David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital announced a stake in the company.        

Einhorn's Greenlight Capital invests in Yelp, natgas

By Svea Herbst-Bayliss BOSTON (Reuters) - Hedge fund manager David Einhorn on Monday told investors he had made new investments in natural gas and in business review site Yelp Inc but has exited positions in Greek banks and financial services company Delta Lloyd. Show More Summary

"It Has Been A While Since We’ve Had A Profitable Quarter To Report" - Einhorn's First Quarter Letter

We are confident that the first thing readers will be curious to look for in Greenlight's latest just released first quarter letter is David Einhorn's take on his investment in the now bankrupt former hedge fund hotel, SunEdison. Einhorn's spares no self-criticism here: "SunEdison (SUNE) collapsed from $5.09 to $0.54. Show More Summary

Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital Takes Yelp Stake

David Einhorn told investors in a quarterly letter that his hedge fund, Greenlight Capital, has built a stake in Yelp (YELP). He said in the letter that the company might double its revenue by 2019, according to a report by Bloomberg’s Simone Foxman. Yelp’s stock has been a train-wreck, down 25% in 2016 and nearly […]

Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital Slashes SunEdison Stake, Stock Sinks

Billionaire investor David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital trimmed its stake in SunEdison (SUNE), according to a filing with regulators. Greenlight reported late Monday that it held a 2.8% of SunEdison’s shares compared with a 6.8% stake reported in January. Greenlight was among the big-name investors that have been burned by the implosion of the solar installation […]

The World’s Hedge Fund Billionaires (Some Are Less Rich Than They Used To Be)

George Soros is the world's richest hedge fund manager with a net worth of $24.9 billion. Other prominent hedge fund managers like Bill Ackman, David Einhorn and Larry Robbins are still billionaires, but their personal balance sheets have become smaller in the last year.

Why This Was The Worst February For Hedge Funds Since 2007

It's been a rough stretch for the 2 and 20 crowd. Everyone from Bill Ackman to David Einhorn to (gasp) the zen master himself, Ray Dalio has been seemingly unable to cope with markets that are increasingly volatile, correlated, and impossible to explain. Show More Summary

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