Tepper's Appaloosa Exits Financials

It looks like David Tepper, the manager of the $15 billion hedge fund Appaloosa, is no longer one of the bigger bulls when it comes to the financials.

David Tepper
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David Tepper

While Tepper won’t comment, I’m hearing he has completely eliminated his 17 million shares position (at last 13-F filing) in Bank of America, as well as, selling his entire position in Wells Fargo .

While Appaloosa still has a position in Citi, I’m told it has also been sharply reduced.

At the Ira Sohn Conference in May 2010, Tepper gave a full-throated endorsement of names such as BAC and Citi, saying he thought Bank of America could go to $27 a share within a year.

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