had $102 billion of real estate under management in the first quarter after taking advantage of high valuations by exiting assets including $6.7 billion of property. That included parting with a 25 percent stake in Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc., real.
A portfolio manager has rejoined $42 billion D ... Shaw until March 2015, when he left for Folger Hill Asset Management, per his LinkedIn page. D. E. Shaw managed $26 billion at the start of the year in hedge fund assets, according to the HFI Billion.
As of March 31, BurryAAAs firm Scion Asset Management , junked positions in Citigroup ( C ), Bank of New York Mellon ( BK ), PNC Financial Services Group ( PNC ) and Bank of American ( BAC ) AAA the bank stocks he disclosed owning at the end of the .
Scion Asset Management , the hedge fund led by the hero of “The Big Short” Dr. Michael Burry, dumped a bunch of bank stocks during the first quarter. Burry exited his positions in Bank of America Corp (BAC), Bank of New York Mellon (BK), Citigroup (C), .
Scion Asset Management , the hedge fund popularized in Michael Lewis's book "The Big Short" and run by Michael Burry, dumped its stake in Apple Inc. AAPL, -1.63% and loaded up on Google parent Alphabet Inc. GOOGL, -0.89% in the second quarter, .
Michael Burry ( Scion Asset Management ): Last quarter he purchased 75,000 shares and currently these shares are worth approximately $7 million. This is one of his larger positions in his portfolio . It is approximately 14% of his told portfolio . He made.
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Last quarter, Michael Burry sold off much of his portfolio , making his Scion Asset Management even more concentrated. His top new purchase was Coty (COTY), the beauty products company. This was his top holding – making up 36% of the fund – as of 3Q.