Q3 2011 Hedge Fund Holdings

If you have a strong case for other managers I should include, send me an email or post in the comments below. Also, keep in mind that I use a perl script to parse these filings into the spreadsheet format and some information may be misrepresented. As always, YMMV. Seth Klarman Q3 2011 13F Holdings [...]

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Klarman’s Baupost Buys MSFT, BP, IDIX, CPF

Interesting to see Seth Klarman opening big positions in mega-cap stocks, Microsoft (MSFT) and BP (BP). As you can see from the spreadsheet, MSFT and BP now comprise 2 of Baupost’s top 5 holdings reported in the 13F-HR. Keep in mind, he bought these stocks before the big sell-off this month. View my quick valuations [...]

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Hedge Fund Holdings For Q2 2011

If you have a strong case for other managers I should include, send me an email or post in the comments below. Also, keep in mind that I use a perl script to parse these filings into the spreadsheet format and some information may be misrepresented. As always, YMMV. Seth Klarman Q2 2011 13F Holdings [...]

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Stock Screen: Cherry-Picking Hedge Fund Q1 Buys

My stock-screening process usually involves picking a quantitative criteria set and running it against the major exchange-listed stock universe to generate a list of prospective stocks. But seeing as I just finished a review of hedge fund Q1 portfolio holdings, I wanted to look closer at select stocks chosen from the various hedge funds I [...]

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Q1 2010 Hedge Fund 13F-HR Spreadsheets

I’m a bit late on breaking down this quarter’s hedge fund holdings. At times, investing and blogging are somewhat incompatible as posts take time and with the recent market action, I chose to spend that time focusing on my portfolio. If you have a strong case for other managers I should include, send me an [...]

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Seth Klarman & Meryl Witmer Q4 2009 Hedge Fund Moves

The ever-secretive Seth Klarman and his Baupost Group filed their 13F-HR filing for Q4 2009: Eye-catching new position in CIT Group (CIT) was the sole new position in Baupost’s filing. As mentioned numerously in previous postings, Klarman thrives on complexity and uses his army of analysts to seek out thorny¬† opportunities which scare off average [...]

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