David Einhorn 's Portfolio
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David Einhorn is the founder and manager of the activist hedge fund Greenlight Capital. Greenlight has $4 billion in assets and boasts annualized returns of 27% going back 10 years. Einhorn has been quoted as saying, "We take the traditional value investor's process and just flip it around a little bit. The traditional value investor asks 'Is this cheap?' and then 'Why is it cheap?' We start by identifying a reason something might be mispriced, and then if we find a reason why something is likely mispriced, then we make a determination whether it's cheap." In addition, Einhorn finished eighteenth in the World Series of Poker in 2006.
Einhorn made headlines in spring-2008 related to his short sale on Lehman Brothers (NYSE: LEH). Einhorn questioned the level of the investment bank's write-downs related to the credit crunch.
Einhorn's Greenlight Shows New Stake In Aeropostale (ARO), Ups Apple (AAPL), Sells Yahoo! (YHOO)
Einhorn's Greenlight Capital Shows New Stakes in Best Buy (BBY), GM (GM), Seagate (STX) and Yahoo! (YHOO), Among Others
Einhorn's Greenlight Moves Into an Oil Giant and Still Has The Taste for Gold (BP) (GDX) (S)
Einhorn's Greenlight Cuts Stake in CIT Group (CIT) from 5.29% to 3.7%
Einhorn's Greenlight Capital Raises Stake in CIT and Pfizer, Exits Boston Sci. and Adds New Xerox
Loeb's Third Point Q4 13F Breakdown: Ups Bets In Financials, Exits Large Pharma
Summary of 13F for Einhorn's Greenlight Capital: Betting Big on Healthcare, Still Playing Gold