Unstructured Finance

Greenlight’s David Einhorn slams Fed, again

By Jennifer Ablan
October 15, 2013
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David Einhorn is pointing at you Fed

Greenlight Capital’s David Einhorn, one of the most closely followed managers in the $2.2 trillion hedge fund industry, is out with his latest investment letter and provides another lambasting of the U.S. Federal Reserve for what he describes as short-sighted policy decisions with regards to its continued quantitative easing.

The volubility index

March 21, 2013

By Matthew Goldstein

With money managers increasingly falling in love with their own voices and so many willing to give them a platform to air their thoughts, I’ve long thought it would be good if someone could come up with a Volubility Index that measured performance against the number of times someone was quoted or made some stock, bond, or market prediction.

The guy who is killing it at SAC Capital

December 23, 2011

By Matthew Goldstein

Move over Steve Cohen. The trader who is killing it at Cohen’s $14 billion SAC Capital Advisors this year is Gabriel Plotkin.

The search for Einhorn’s gold

May 31, 2011

 

By Matthew Goldstein

These days, all anyone wants to talk about with David Einhorn is his tentative $200 million investment in the New York Mets. But baseball may not be the hedge fund manager’s only interest in Queens–the New York City borough where the Mets play their home games.

Einhorn’s Field of Dreams

May 26, 2011

By Matthew Goldstein

David Einhorn’s decision to plunk $200 million on the cash-strapped NY Mets could be a bullish development for investors holding the bonds to finance the baseball team’s new stadium.

Einhorn: Moody’s broadside lacks usual punch

June 2, 2009

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David Einhorn again sent markets scurrying last week when he told investors he was shorting Moody’s Corp, but the Greenlight Capital manager’s latest thumbs down packed a weaker punch than his past, celebrated broadsides.