Like a lot of investors who bet against the market, notable short-seller Jim Chanos, who helped take down Enron, has fallen on some hard times.
So much so that Chanos is currently marketing a fund that will focus on long positions, reports The New York Times.
What's a bear to do when the biggest Federal Reserve stimulus ever causes a six-year rally for stocks?
If Chanos' latest move is any indication, join the bulls.
This isn't totally new for the manager. His Kynikos Associates does have a long book that makes up about 9 percent of its assets, according to hedge fund database Symmetric.io.
So how has Chanos done at buying stocks?