Greenlight Capital's Portfolio
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Greenlight Capital is an activist hedge fund started by David Einhorn in 1996. The firm primarily invests in the publicly traded North American corporate debt and equity markets. Greenlight Capital also manages a fund of funds and a private equity fund through its affiliates, Greenlight Masters and Greenlight Private Equity Partners.
Founder David Einhorn may be best know for his negative call on Lehman Brothers before the company's collapse in 2008. For months and months leading up to Lehman's bankruptcy filing Einhorn raised red flags that the company wasn't properly accounting for its massive mortgage exposure. The sour debt on its books ultimately led to its failure.
Mr. Einhorn has also been extremely bullish on gold due to the devaluing of the U.S. dollar and other fiat currencies.
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 Capital Raises Stake in CIT and Pfizer, Exits Boston Sci. and Adds New Xerox
Summary of 13F for Einhorn's Greenlight Capital: Betting Big on Healthcare, Still Playing Gold
Einhorn's Greenlight Gets Very-Long Gold (GLD, GDX), Also Likes Solar (JASO, WFR) and Other Energy (AYE, PCX, PTEN)
After Profitable Lehman Short, What Else Is David Einhorn Trading? Health Mgmt (HMA), Patriot Coal (PCX), Microsoft (MSFT) Among Others