Hedge Funds David Tepper

  • NEW YORK, Sept 13- More financial executives are decamping to Florida for lower taxes, real estate investor Barry Sternlicht said on Tuesday, revealing that he is one of those who recently made the move. "There's a massive exodus from Connecticut," Sternlicht said, naming himself and billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones as the most high-profile recent...

  • Danger Zone

    Professional investors are getting really confident that the stock market will keep moving higher — maybe a little too confident.

  • A rodeo bucking bull Bos taurus charges after a competitor in the rodeo arena, AB,

    At a time when some of Wall Street's biggest names are heading for the exits, retail investors are betting they're wrong.

  • Jeffrey Gundlach

    Several big-name hedge fund investors soured on U.S. stocks in the second quarter and moved to gold and other bearish bets.

  • Whale watching on Wall Street

    CNBC's Kate Kelly takes a look at how several big investors re-arranged their holdings last quarter in the latest 13F filings.

  • Noting the recent run-up in the benchmark Standard& Poor's 500 index to fresh record highs while economic growth remains weak and corporate earnings are stagnant- George Soros, Jeffrey Gundlach, Carl Icahn and David Tepper were among billionaire hedge fund investors and money managers who slashed their long equity positions in the second quarter, according...

  • Aug 15- Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc on Monday said it has increased its stake in Apple Inc by 55 percent, boosting its bet on the iPhone and iPod maker even as prominent investors like Carl Icahn and George Soros have reduced theirs. Berkshire owned 15.23 million Apple shares worth roughly $1.46 billion as of June 30, up from 9.81 million shares as of...

  • Surprised Trader, NYSE

    CNBC PRO sifted through the 13F filings from respected hedge funds and found the most interesting additions.

  • NEW YORK, Aug 15- A number of big-name hedge fund investors soured on U.S. stocks in the second quarter and moved to gold and other bearish bets, failing to anticipate the stock. George Soros, Jeffrey Gundlach and David Tepper were among the billionaire hedge fund investors and money managers who slashed their long equity positions in the second quarter, according...

  • David Tepper

    The hedge fund billionaire is taking a guarded approach to trading, says someone familiar with the matter.

  • David Tepper pulls back on energy bets

    Tepper's Appaloosa Management cut its stakes in William and Partners & Energy Transfer Partners by nearly 30-percent.

  • BOSTON, Aug 12- Billionaire hedge fund manager David Tepper cut back on some of his biggest bets in the energy sector and sold off other names during the second quarter, according to a regulatory filing on Friday. Tepper's Appaloosa Management cut its stakes in Williams Partners and Energy Transfer Partners by nearly 30 percent and exited Range Resources Corp....

  • David Tepper

    CNBC PRO researched legendary hedge fund manager David Tepper's investing philosophy.

  • Apple store workers celebrating in Istanbul, Turkey.

    Shares of Apple rose Monday as Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway announced a new stake in the tech company, and CEO Tim Cook toured China.

  • David Tepper dumps Apple

    According to the firm's 13F filing, hedge fund billionaire David Tepper is out of Apple and taken new positions in Facebook and Bank of America.

  • Warren Buffett

    Warren Buffett's investment company reduced its holdings in a number of big names, as well.

  • NEW YORK, May 13- David Tepper's hedge-fund firm Appaloosa bought nearly 1 million shares in Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc in the first three months of 2016, according to regulatory filings, but sold them during the first quarter. Its 2.7 million SPY calls were valued at more than $555 million by the end of the quarter, and accounted for roughly 9.8...

  • Vivint Solar has filed a lawsuit in Delaware against SunEdison alleging that the solar company willfully breached its obligations under their merger agreement and is seeking damages. Investors began to lose confidence in SunEdison's expansion, when the company announced a $2.2 billion deal to acquire Vivint in July. The Vivint deal also led to a lawsuit by...

  • BOSTON, May 10- Hedge funds lost money for their investors last year but the industry's top-paid managers had a banner year, with five men earning more than $1 billion each in 2015, an industry survey released on Tuesday showed. Citadel's Kenneth Griffin, who started trading from his Harvard dormitory in the 1980 s, and Renaissance Technologies' James Simons, a...

  • The top-earning hedge fund managers revealed

    Michael Peltz from Institutional Investor reveals this year's top hedge fund earners, including Citadel's Ken Griffen, Bridgewater's Ray Dalio and Appaloosa's David Tepper.