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David Einhorn just had his worst month since 2008 — here's what he said about it

It is just not David Einhorn's kind of market. The billionaire hedge fund manager said on a conference call Tuesday morning that investors are shunning value stocks for momentum stocks, and it's taking a toll on his portfolio. "The overall market environment has become acutely unfavorable for our investment strategy," Einhorn said on the call. Show More Summary

Gold Bets Weigh on Paulson, Einhorn

brendan mcdermid/Reuters David Einhorn, founder and president of Greenlight Capital, speaks during the Sohn Investment Conference in New York May 4, 2015. Will John Paulson and David Einhorn give up the ghost when it comes to gold? Michelle Celarier at the New York Post points out that Paulson’s bets on miners, including AlgoGold Ashanti (AU), [...]

David Einhorn is getting slammed by gold (GLD, GLX, GLRE)

Gold is slamming hedge fund manager David Einhorn. Greenlight Capital's main hedge fund has fallen about 3% year-to-date, driven in part by the slump in gold prices, according to a Bloomberg report on Tuesday. In turn, Greenlight Capital Re, the reinsurance operation Einhorn runs which trades on the Nasdaq, is down 16% this year. Show More Summary

Thursday Humor (And Tragedy For Shorts) - Netflix

Spot the NFLX earnings day It appears that Einhorn was indeed right that red (free cash flow) is the new black: And speaking of David Einhorn, here are his ironically prophetic comments from his last investor letter: On April 15 after the close, Netflix (NFLX) announced its results for the first quarter and conducted a conference call. Show More Summary

Netflix Slips as Einhorn Slams Business Model, ‘Cards’ on Ambien

Shares of Netflix (NFLX) are down $8.95, or 1.3%, at $698.66, following a withering attack on the streaming video operator yesterday from noted hedgie David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital in his note to clients. The attack comes just ahead of Netflix’s Q2 report tomorrow, after the closing bell. Einhorn blasted the company for focusing on profits far in [...]

David Einhorn Thinks “House Of Cards” Sucks

The Greenlight Capital founder just got up to speed on the last season and has feelings about it.

Greenlight's Einhorn says Micron 'will be worth more than' Netflix

By Sam Forgione NEW YORK (Reuters) - Billionaire hedge fund manager David Einhorn said in an investor letter on Monday that chipmaker Micron Technology Inc would be worth more than Netflix Inc within the next few years. Einhorn, whose...Show More Summary

DAVID EINHORN: 'House of Cards' appeared to be scripted to compete with Ambien (NFLX)

David Einhorn has just sent out Greenlight Capital's second-quarter letter to investors. After going briefly over the fund's performance (down 1.5% in the second quarter and 3.3% for the year), Einhorn jumped right in and slammed Netflix. Show More Summary

David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital loses 1.5% in a 'challenging quarter' (AMAT, BK, CONN, MU, EMC)

Closely-followed hedge fund manager David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital second quarter letter to investors has just been sent out. And so far, it's been a challenging year. In the second quarter, Greenlight fell 1.5%. Year-to-date, the hedge fund is down 3.3%. Show More Summary

David Einhorn Says Varoufakis "Must Not Be Familiar With The Tyler Durden School Of Negotiation"

Today everyone has chimed in to opine on what was, without doubt, the most historic weekend in European history: one in which we saw the Eurozone's true face when, despite not have a legal right to do so, Germany almost unilaterally expelled "temporarily" one of its core members. Show More Summary

Panic Sets in Among Hardy Hedge Fund Investors Remaining in Greece

... the question of what happens when the markets do open is particularly acute for the hedge fund investors -- including luminaries like David Einhorn and John Paulson -- who have collectively poured more than 10 billion euros, or $11 billion, into Greek government bonds, bank stocks and a slew of other investments... Show More Summary

David Einhorn is out at the World Series of Poker after a brutal hand

Poker playing hedge fund manager David Einhorn was eliminated from the World Series of Poker $111,111 High Roller for One Drop tournament on Sunday.  Greenlight Capital's CEO had an Ace/Queen in his hand on a Queen, 10, 5 flop (the first three cards dealt face up on the table). Show More Summary

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