Seth Klarman

Seth Klarman

Last Update: 02-13-2015

Number of Stocks: 27
Number of New Stocks: 4

Total Value: $5,091 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 19%

Countries: USA
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Seth Klarman Latest Trades these stocks:

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Seth Klarman's Profile:

Seth Klarman is a value investor and Portfolio Manager of the investment partnership The Baupost Group. Founded in 1983, The Baupost Group now manages $7 billion, and has averaged returns of nearly 20% annually since their inception. Seth Klarman is the author of the book "Margin of Safety" which sells for over $1000. Mr. Klarman attended Cornell University where he received a degree in economics, and later attended Harvard University where he earned an M.B.A.



Seth Klarman's Performance:

Average Annual Return of Baupost Fund
5 Yrs 10 Yrs
13.1% 12.8%
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Seth Klarman's Current Portfolio:

Ticker Shares Value ($1000)
LNG24,807,2300
LNG13,807,230972,029
VSAT11,533,137726,934
MU19,706,035689,908
EBAY9,315,000522,758
AR7,847,831318,465
THRX19,815,983280,396
KERX18,300,000258,945
PBF8,663,114230,785
VRTV2,314,193120,037
» More Current Portfolio

Seth Klarman's Sector Weightings:


select * from (select sec,round(sum(position),1) as secweight, round(sum(if(impact>0 or null,impact,0)),1) as buyimpact, round(sum(if(impact<0 or NULL, impact,0)),1) as sellimpact from (SELECT round(stock_list.industry/100000,0) as sec , `inst_holdings`.* FROM `inst_holdings`,stock_list where `inst_holdings`.symbol=stock_list.symbol and stock_list.exchange=inst_holdings.exchange and inst_holdings.guru_id = 28 and portdate='2014-12-31' and inst_holdings.verified=1) as a group by sec) as b, (select sector,sectorcode from morn_industry group by sectorcode) as c where b.sec=c.sectorcode order by secweight desc
SectorsSector Weightings (%)
Energy 27.9% 27.9%
Healthcare 17.9% 17.9%
Consumer Cyclical 12.7% 12.7%
Industrials 4.7% 4.7%
Financial Services 4% 4%
Basic Materials 1.4% 1.4%
Consumer Defensive 0.2% 0.2%
» More Sector Weightings

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Juandemarc
ReplyJuandemarc - 7 months ago
DrK,
I'm glad someone is following the finer details!
I agree, re- Seth Klarman (Trades, Portfolio) average price bought and sold , indeed would have made a loss on eg. Alere Inc.
The manor in which the data is presented anchors readers thoughts to a large gain of 70% rather than losses of circa 20-25%.
Current stock price does not equate to the value of the stock when sold!
This is a red herring data column and should be scrapped unless a true reflection of profit or loss on holdings is shown on both free and professional formats!
Great website although be careful of drawing false conclusions!
DrK
ReplyDrK - 7 months ago
The way you show "Gains" in the holding history of a guru makes absolutely no sense - you are calculating it as "price paid" vs. "current stock price". This is NOT the gain mthe Guru made, and can HIDE actual losses. Example: Seth Klarman (Trades, Portfolio) the way you calcute gain made more than 20% gain for the stock Alere Inc. (ALR) because you are comparing his price paid to the current stock price rather than to the price he sold out for. In reality he made a LOSS when selling it. THIS MUST BE CORRECTED - your information is misleading!
Paulmenezes
ReplyPaulmenezes - 7 months ago
Can we please have an update on performance here.
Efranco
ReplyEfranco - 9 months ago
What does the ending ".WS" mean? thank you
Paulson545@yahoo
ReplyPaulson545@yahoo - 10 months ago
There will soon be over 500 million diabetes world wide . It might be time to take a look at ( erb ) ERBA Diagnostics, a world wide company in the diabetic field.......jmho
Toddforthree
ReplyToddforthree - 1 year ago
Goforit
ReplyGoforit - 1 year ago
Why is your most recent performance data from 2001 - it's now 2014! How are we (and you) to rate Klarman when the most recent GuruFocus performance data is 13 years old? For all we know, his track record over the last 13 years could be 5% lower than the SP-500 index and yet he's listed as a Guru.
Wsjalerts13
ReplyWsjalerts13 - 1 year ago
Rishardo - You are so smart
Rishardo
ReplyRishardo - 1 year ago
59% Tech weighting while the Nasdaq makes all time highs? This is going to end in tears.
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