Lone Pine Capital
Lone Pine Capital's Portfolio
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Lone Pine Capital is a $9 billion long/short equity hedge fund founded in 1997 by Steve Mandel.
Prior to founding Lone Pine Capital, Mandel was senior managing director and consumer analyst at Tiger Management Corporation (1990-1997).
Mandel's Lone Pine Capital Enters H&R Block (HRB), CME (CME), Valeant (VRX); Liquidates Facebook (FB)
Mandel's Lone Pine Capital Enters Dukin (DNKN), Schlumberger (SLB), VeriSign (VRSN); Cuts Apple (AAPL)
Lone Pine Capital Boosts Stake in Apple (AAPL), Opens New Positions in Google (GOOG), Netflix (NFLX), Sells Out of JPMorgan (JPM), MasterCard (MA)
13F from Mandel's Lone Pine Shows Fresh Stakes in Coke (KO), priceline.com (PCLN), Sharply Reduced Stake in Citi (C)
Mandel's Lone Pine Does Some Financial Swapping; Takes Platinum Over Gold; Exits Education (C)(JPM)(MA)(V)(EDU)
Mandel's Lone Pine Capital Starts Positions in Discount Retailers Family Dollar (FDO) and Dollar General (DG), Lowers Exposure to Financials
Mandel's Lone Pine Capital 13F Breakdown: New Stake In Activision Blizzard (ATVI), Raises Stake In QUALCOMM