Leon Cooperman's Omega Advisors bought two media stocks in the first quarter, according to a Monday filing with the U.S.
Cooperman shares his portfolio's top holdings in a letter to his hedge fund clients.
Hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman thinks the market will be flat through the summer due to political uncertainty.
Last year, hedge funds held about $50 billion of ETF securities up from the $12 billion the industry held a decade ago.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman defended his industry, saying passive management isn't how famed investors have built their fortunes.
Leon Cooperman shares his market views in an interview on CNBC's "Halftime Report" Wednesday.
He said, however, "The one truism is that you cannot charge a premium fee and deliver subpar performance."
The billionaire hedge fund manager read a statement from his attorneys, which said, "Mr. Cooperman did nothing wrong."
The hedge fund manager told CNBC some of his bets in the tech sector that he has seen pay off, Alphabet's Google being one example.
Cooperman tells CNBC that recent economic numbers look fine and that the market is "reasonably, fully valued."
Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors CEO, weighs in on Microsoft and Apple.
Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors CEO, weighs in on the energy sector.
Hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman told CNBC on Wednesday the market is acting like it is being run by a bunch of capitalists.
Federal judge in Philadelphia declines to dismiss insider trading claims against famed billionaire hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman. CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
Hedge fund investors moved significant parts of their portfolios into financial and pharmaceutical stocks that are expected to benefit under the Trump administration.
There's a good chance that most companies will not be doing any dramatic fist pumps about earnings in the new year.
Omega Advisors Chairman and CEO Leon Cooperman reveals his top investment ideas for 2017 during an exclusive conversation with CNBC.
Leon Cooperman tells CNBC he sees 2017 as a period when the U.S. moves toward "normalization" under Donald Trump.
In a statement released to CNBC, Cooperman says he is, "truly surprised at the destructive power the SEC has."
Discussing the Trump rally, possible risks to the market and the stall to Dow 20K with Jeremy Siegel, Wharton School professor of finance, and Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors chairman & CEO.