Bill Ackman

Bill Ackman

Last Update: 02-05-2016

Number of Stocks: 8
Number of New Stocks: 1

Total Value: $13,950 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 13%

Countries: USA
Details: Top Buys | Top Sales | Top Holdings  Embed:
Please Subscribe to see portfolio changes after 2015-09-30.

Plans start from as little as $349/year. 7-Day FREE TRIAL

Bill Ackman Sold these stocks:

(List those with share number changes of more than 20%, or impact to portfolio more than 0.1%)


View:
TickerCompanyDate Action
Impactdown Price Range
(Average)*
Current Price Change from Average Comment Current Shares
AGN Allergan PLC 2014-12-31 Reduce-2.98%$176.86 - $214
($199.35)
$ 271.7836%Reduce -7.77%26,635,978
CP Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd 2014-06-30 Reduce-5.78%$143.86 - $184.82
($163.66)
$ 121.22-26%Reduce -18.77%13,938,302
BEAM Beam Inc 2014-03-31 Reduce-7.56%$66.05 - $84
($80.81)
$ 83.473%Reduce -43.95%11,668,545
CP Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd 2013-12-31 Reduce-7.15%$124.58 - $156.52
($144.24)
$ 121.22-16%Reduce -25.80%17,159,888
GGP General Growth Properties Inc 2013-12-31 Reduce-1.51%$19.52 - $21.61
($20.62)
$ 27.7835%Reduce -22.58%27,624,282
PG Procter & Gamble Co 2013-12-31 Reduce-1.04%$75.65 - $85.41
($81.56)
$ 80.92-1%Reduce -65.18%739,605
GGP General Growth Properties Inc 2013-09-30 Reduce-5.83%$18.69 - $21.64
($20.15)
$ 27.7838%Reduce -47.36%35,681,182
PG Procter & Gamble Co 2013-09-30 Reduce-4.8%$76.85 - $82.17
($79.67)
$ 80.922%Reduce -76.24%2,123,893
CP Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd 2013-09-30 Reduce-1.15%$117.44 - $129.3
($123.58)
$ 121.22-2%Reduce -4.28%23,125,192
PG Procter & Gamble Co 2013-06-30 Reduce-14.55%$75.25 - $82.54
($78.48)
$ 80.923%Reduce -68.01%8,940,133
GGP General Growth Properties Inc 2013-06-30 Reduce-1.37%$19.32 - $23.33
($21.28)
$ 27.7831%Reduce -9.29%67,789,157
MATX Matson Inc 2013-06-30 Reduce-0.69%$21.85 - $26.27
($24.43)
$ 39.8563%Reduce -93.31%202,913
ALEX Alexander & Baldwin Inc 2012-09-30 Reduce-1.6%$25 - $34.27
($31.07)
$ 29.83-4%Reduce -61.40%1,406,836
C Citigroup Inc 2012-06-30 Reduce-11.3%$25.05 - $36.78
($30.06)
$ 41.2137%Reduce -95.79%1,100,000
FDO Family Dollar Stores Inc 2012-03-31 Reduce-4.27%$53.63 - $60.04
($52.7)
$ 79.3951%Reduce -68.81%2,614,863
MDLZ Mondelez International Inc 2012-03-31 Reduce-2.73%$37.27 - $38.88
($35.9)
$ 38.086%Reduce -26.72%15,506,172
FBHS Fortune Brands Home & Security Inc 2012-03-31 Reduce-1.66%$16.82 - $22.08
($18.22)
$ 46.39155%Reduce -36.00%13,323,249
FDO Family Dollar Stores Inc 2011-12-31 Reduce-2.53%$50.01 - $59.78
($57.08)
$ 79.3939%Reduce -26.37%8,384,863
MDLZ Mondelez International Inc 2011-12-31 Reduce-2.24%$21.511 - $24.706
($23.22)
$ 38.0864%Reduce -15.97%21,160,759
CXW Corrections Corp of America 2011-03-31 Reduce-1.46%$22.75 - $25.68
($24.51)
$ 29.8422%Reduce -43.57%4,417,100
Premium Real Time Picks are included for Premium Members only!!
*The price and date might not be the actual time and price at which the transactions were made. In the case of institutional owners, the date is stated as the last day of their fiscal quarter. The prices are estimates if no accurate information available. Foreign holdings may not be included.

Bill Ackman's Profile:

William Ackman, co-investment manager for hedge-fund group Gotham Partners LP, formed Pershing Square in November 2003 with $54 million raised from three investors. Ackman got his start in the real estate business, where he worked for his father prior to starting Gotham.



Bill Ackman's Performance:

Average Annual Return of Pershing Square, L.P.
5 Yrs 10 Yrs Since Inception
16.9% 18.8% 20.8%
» More Profile & Performance

Bill Ackman's Current Portfolio:

Ticker Shares Value ($1000)
VRX19,473,9333,473,760
APD20,549,0762,621,651
CP13,940,8902,001,494
MDLZ43,366,3421,815,749
ZTS41,823,1451,722,277
QSR38,003,9841,365,103
PAH42,737,394540,628
HHC3,568,017409,394
» More Current Portfolio

Bill Ackman's Sector Weightings:


SectorsSector Weightings (%)
Healthcare 37.2% 37.2%
Basic Materials 22.7% 22.7%
Technology 14.4% 14.4%
Consumer Defensive 13% 13%
Consumer Cyclical 9.8% 9.8%
Real Estate 2.9% 2.9%
» More Sector Weightings

Bill Ackman's News:

» More Related News


Add Notes, Comments

If you want to ask a question or report a bug, please create a support ticket.

User Comments

MyGift
ReplyMyGift - 3 weeks ago
We are direct providers of project finance from both primary and secondary lenders. We fund all types of projects all over the world.
Contact us with your project summary for us to evaluate your request and to proceed with closing.

Kind Regards
Kevin Kruger
[email protected]
Tzoulia
ReplyTzoulia - 1 month ago
Just want to post a big bouquet to mr Ackman for shorting herbalife. He is absolutely correct that this is a pyramid scheme. What astonishes me is that no-one in the US is enforcing the law, which states that pyramid schemes are illegal. I can only guess that if all the pyramid schemes in the US wee shut down, including Amway, which I researched in detail, the dow jones would crash.
DanielAnthony
ReplyDanielAnthony - 3 months ago
the article is really the best on this notable topic. Noteworthy one to read it!

http://www.tedwed.com/product/chris-pratt-indiana-jones-5-jacket/
Culpel
ReplyCulpel - 3 months ago
+1
Rgoshen
ReplyRgoshen - 7 months ago
I thought Bill Ackman (Trades, Portfolio) owned FNMA?
Gm1
ReplyGm1 - 1 year ago
Dear Sirs / Madams,

I am so interested in Pershing Square, would you please advise me its performance and cost? Thank you.

GM
Samchell@yahoo
ReplySamchell@yahoo - 1 year ago
Some stocks are best evaluated by hands-on personal empiricism. After going into a Walgreen's store, it's manifestly clear where it ranks compared to CVS or Rite Aid. As for Ackman's attraction to Mondelez, perhaps he likes some of the company's snack items, and no doubt enough other consumers will share his taste to move the stock in a positive direction. But anyone looking for more something more dramatic would be better advised to take note of the population's compulsive consumption of Hershey products. (Twizzler's Twist 'n Pull Cherry Licorice is candy heroin.) Also, like Coke and Kleenex, Hershey's is a brand name that's synonymous with the product. (When's the last time your spouse asked you to go to Walgreen's to pick up a "Mondelez Bar"?) In short, investing is a game of guessing, supported by past predilections and indicators that "may" have a bearing on future results. But 50% of stock picking is playing hunches. Never ignore the intangibles as well as personal impressions--that's can't be charted or measured by most systems.

Select portfolio(s):

  • Loading...

Why you are interested?

Your selection and notes will be stored in your portfolio.

Login to add portfolio
Get WordPress Plugins for easy affiliate links on Stock Tickers and Guru Names | Earn affiliate commissions by embedding GuruFocus Charts
GuruFocus Affiliate Program: Earn up to $400 per referral. ( Learn More)
FEEDBACK