David Tepper covered NASDAQ short - CNBC
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David Tepper covered his NASDAQ short, CNBC Jim Cramer relayed.
Tepper, the founder of hedge fund Appaloosa Management, has a history of making prescient market calls.
The hedge fund manager told Cramer he thinks the selling could be ending, but also noted that this was a "trade."
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