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I wonder what David Einhorn, who is famously short Chipotle's stock, thinks of their new tofu tacos/burritos? He said that Chipotle is facing increasing competition from the likes of Taco Bell. I don't think Chipotle's new shredded tofu is going to change his mind much about his short thesis, but for vegetarians this might be a hit. However, when they ask you for chicken or pork at Chipotle, it would just seem odd to say, "I'd like the shredded tofu please." To each his own though, but for Einhorn, I still think he says the
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Green Light Capital's 3rd quarter letter. It's a bit of a mystery. David Einhorn owned 18,372,247 shares of the stock at one time. But the stock has been taken to the wood shed, nearly chopped in half after they cut their guidance the past few quarters, really. The stock trades for $7.60 a share as of this writing. A little over a year ago the stock traded for around $20 a share, then it went to $15 and now it's down to almost $7 a share. Here are some details for the
letter to investors on July 23, 2012, he had this to say about Marvell:
Marvell Technology Group (MRVL) was the other significant loser, as its shares fell from $15.73 to $11.28 during the
At about the 9:50 mark in the video below, hedge fund manager and sometime Poker player, David Einhorn, is asked about Herbalife (ticker HLF), does the smile tell you he's short or long the stock? I'd go all in that this smile tells you he's short, big time. He tries to brush off the question but there's a little twinkle in his eye as he smiles. Move your chips all in on the short side of Herbalife.
Poker attire, the hat, coat and sunglasses. Einhorn thinks Apple is extremely undervalued and said it could be a $1 trillion dollar company. Which means Apple could hit $1000 a share.
Three spades were on the table. When a fourth spade was dealt, Einhorn bet $2.2 million—he was on track for a flush. Esfandiari called. When the final card, a five of hearts, was dealt, Einhorn
like Mark Cuban, isn't really too concerned but such a small investment or trade. Einhorn's hedge fund, Green Light Capital, has a huge position in Apple, and maybe these 2.9 million shares are just a flyer or lottery ticket. But still, for the regular person on the street, this is a huge sum. Back in mid February, when Einhorn's RIMM position was disclosed, it was worth about $44 million. Now, after Research in Motion announced
those innocent questions on their earnings call, plays a little Poker from time to time, and quite well at that. Einhorn plays so well he finished 18th in the World Series of Poker main event. Actually, perhaps Herbalife is aware of Einhorn's Poker abilities and they're just playing their own brand of Poker, trying to bluff, while behind the scenes they're frantically trying to figure out what the hell to do. However, I don't think it's a good idea to
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