Look for Market to Soar When Hedge Funds Stop Selling

Seeking Alpha – A report making the rounds today detailed managers’ Form 13-F filings. This report shows what managers own. Their holdings of U.S. stocks by and large plummeted. The decline in the size of the positions could be from market share losses or the sale of a position, or most likely, both.

Atticus Capital reduced its holdings from $8.1 billion to $510 million. Tudor Investment from $5.7 billion to $453 million. SAC Capital Advisors said its holdings of U.S.-based stocks (and options and converts) were $7.7 billion vs. $14.4 billion last quarter. Moore Capital said the "value of its 13-F securities fell 69% to $1.4 billion." And on and on.

Read Complete Article

About the HedgeCo News Team

The Hedge Fund News Team stays on top of breaking news in the Hedge Fund industry on an hourly basis. Signup to HedgeCo.Net to recieve Daily or Weekly news updates from our team.
This entry was posted in Syndicated and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.