First it was Ken Griffin, then Bill Ackman, now it's David Einhorn's turn. Perhaps eager for a complete "change of scenery" after years of moribund returns, some of America's most prominent hedge fund managers are taking the metaphorical...Show More Summary
Billionaire investors appear to see good times ahead with a fellow billionaire in the White House. Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, David Einhorn, Dan Loeb and Bill Ackman have been making some major investment moves in recent months, as revealed in regulatory filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission this week. Video provided by TheStreet
Greelight Capital's David Einhorn is bulking up in GM. GM stock has been rallying of late but has gravely underperformed relative to a major market index. The GM executives could come under extreme pressure in 2017, even as US salesShow More Summary
David Einhorn‘s hedge fund, Greenlight Capital got revved up about General Motors (GM) in the fourth quarter. In a 13f filing released late Tuesday, Greenlight reported that it owned more than 13.1 million shares of the automaker as of Dec. Show More Summary
David Einhorn is done with Michael Kors. The hedge fund manager's Greenlight Capital sold off all of its 3.07 million shares of the high-end apparel maker in the fourth quarter according to a 13-F filing with the Securities and Exchange...Show More Summary
In a letter to investors, hedge fund guru David Einhorn says he is prepared for a few different scenarios under a Trump presidency, which officially begins when “The Donald” takes the oath of office on Friday. To that end, he is bullish...Show More Summary
In David Einhorn's fourth quarter letter to investors (which reveals a respectable net return of 4.5% for Q4 and 8.4% for 2016), reveals himself as yet another closet supporter of Trump policies, stating that he expects the economy to...Show More Summary
David Einhorn is buying GM. The Greenlight Capital founder said in his latest investment letter, published January 17, that "we have dramatically increased our GM position." Here's the logic: "While the bears have been screaming “peak...Show More Summary
David Einhorn's latest investment letter just dropped. The hedge fund legend and founder of Greenlight Capital returned 4.5% in the fourth quarter, taking the year-to-date return to 8.4%, according to the letter. The fund has now returned...Show More Summary
Big Dave rides paddles into the Trump wave and comes out even richer.
Last week, famed investor David Einhorn of hedge fund Greenlight Capital gave a presentation at the exclusive Robin Hood Investors Conference (it supports the charitable foundation of the same name, check that out here). In it, he explained...Show More Summary
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Jim Chanos says he's bearish on one sector: hydraulic fracturing. "We remain bearish on the business model of the North American exploration and production companies,"the short seller said Tuesday during a panel at the Evidence-Based...Show More Summary
Greenlight Capital picked up shares of U.S. Steel (X), but continued to cut its stake in tech titan Apple (AAPL), according to a 13F filing released late Monday a The hedge fund run by David Einhorn also cut its position in and General Motors (GM) and exited its position in rental-car company Hertz Global (HTZ).
About a week and a half ago, Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn took a shot at Tesla CEO Elon Musk in a third-quarter investor letter. "[C]omplacent shareholders have been willing to look past years of over-promising and under-delivering...Show More Summary
While in his most recent letter to investors, Greenlight's David Einhorn took on a strictly apolitical tone, keeping his criticism centered on the "mesmerizing" Elon Musk, and his old nemesis, the Federal Reserve, in the just released...Show More Summary