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David Einhorn’s fund Greenlight Capital is betting against one of the UK’s largest online real estate portals Rightmove Plc.
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David Einhorn is pursuing the identity of the blogger who revealed his Micron position. Let's see why.
Calif. Billionaire Plans $100 Million Climate Change Campaign (WAMC) Tom Steyer, a billionaire retired hedge-fund investor, is aiming to spend $100 million to make climate change a priority issue in this year’s midterm elections. As the New York Times reported Tuesday, the Democrat is working to raise $50 million from donors to add to $50 […]
Hedge-fund manager David Einhorn is sounding a cautious tone about stocks.
Greenlight Capital Re (GLRE) Q4 2013 Earnings Conference Call February 19, 2014 09:00 ET Executives Bart Hedges - CEO David Einhorn - Chairman Tim Courtis – CFO Analysts Presentation Operator Thank you for joining the Greenlight Capital Re conference call for Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2013 Earnings. Show More Summary
The suit by David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital hedge fund illustrates the tension between a money manager’s ability to safeguard his trading strategies and the rights of others to report on them.
David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital is one of the most successful hedge funds of the past decade. The fund has increased its equity portfolio to $7.29 billion in the fourth quarter of 2013 against $6.03 billion reported for the previous quarter. The fund has invested more than 50% of its portfolio value in the Technology sector. […]
By Bruce Burnworth: During the 3rd quarter, David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital purchased 23 million shares of Micron (MU) stock. Apparently this information was leaked before Greenlight wanted the information to be public. According to Bloomberg Businesweek, Hedge-fund manager David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital Inc. Show More Summary
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(Reuters) - Hedge fund manager David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital has asked a court to order the website Seeking Alpha to disclose the identity of a commenter who disclosed Greenlight's stake in Micron before it was officially announced, according to a...
David Einhorn doesn’t know who Seeking Alpha contributor “Valuable Insights” is. He’s pretty sure VI is a fellow Micron Technology investor. And he’s damned sure (a) that one of VI’s more recent insights was anything but valuable to him, and (b) that he’d like to find out exactly who VI is. Show More Summary
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital is seeking the name of one of Seeking Alpha's anonymous bloggers, Bloomberg News reports. Greenlight has petitioned Seeking Alpha to reveal the identity of an anonymous Seeking Alpha...Show More Summary
Hedge funds in January notched their strongest monthly performance versus stocks since May of 2012, Hedge Fund Research reported on Friday. Bloomberg News David Einhorn, president of Greenlight Capital Inc., sits at a poker table in Atlantic City, New Jersey, U.S., on Monday, July 22, 2013. Mind you, hedge funds still lost money in the absolute [...]
Hedge Funds Lose Less Than Stocks in Month as Dalio Gains (Bloomberg) Hedge funds held up better than stocks in January, falling an average of 0.1 percent as global equities slumped amid a selloff in emerging-market currencies and signs of weakness in China. Bridgewater Associates LP’s Ray Dalio gained 1.1 percent as of Jan. 28 at his Pure […]
To feel good spending $1.3 bln for a minority stake in Green Mountain Coffee, the soft drink giant must have answered some nagging questions posed by the hedge fund manager in 2011. Investors seem to reckon Coca-Cola did its diligence. P&G and HP have shown how much it matters.
Coca-Cola presumably gave its new partner, Green Mountain Coffee, a comprehensive review before deciding to pay nearly $1.3 billion for a minority stake. But David Einhorn, the manager of the hedge fund Greenlight Capital who has been betting against Green Mountain, can't be easily dismissed either.
Quarterly filings from major hedge funds are highly anticipated in the financial community — many investors and market watchers are at least somewhat curious about what funds have been doing, and may find some of their picks to be interesting initial ideas. We track hedge fund filings over time, alongside with those of hundreds of […]
David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital just announced that it has taken positions in BP and Anadarko Petroleum—is he spoiling for a fight?