Daniel Loeb

Daniel Loeb

Last Update: 03-20-2017

Number of Stocks: 38
Number of New Stocks: 12

Total Value: $10,188 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 26%

Countries: USA
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Daniel Loeb Watch

  • McKesson Officer Sells 101,835 Shares of Company

    McKesson Corp. (MCK) CEO, President and Chairman John Hammergren (Insider Trades) sold 101,835 shares of the company on Oct. 12. The average price per share was $190.51. McKesson is a healthcare service and information technology company dedicated to making the business of healthcare run well. The company has a market cap of $44.11 billion and a P/S ratio of 0.24.


    The number and volume of insider sells ranged from 24 to 45, and 724,166 shares to 1,718,598 shares from 2012 to 2015. Despite the nearly 100% increase of month end price in those years, the number and volume of insider sells did not increase accordingly. On average, each insider buy during this period of time amounted to about 30,000 shares. Hammergren sold 2,750,000 shares of the company in 21 transactions since August 2010. His earliest transaction increased about twofold since then. There were no insider buys during this time. 1444860871892.png 1444860878438.png For more information about insider transactions of the company, click here.

      


  • Activist Hedge Fund Manager Dan Loeb Increases Position in Leading Biotech Company

    Daniel Loeb’s Third Point LLC disclosed Wednesday that he increased his stake in Baxter International Inc. (NYSE:BAX), a medical equipment and supplies company, by purchasing an additional 11.97 million shares at an average price of $32.69 per share.


    After the transaction, the trader held 53.85 million shares. The stock has dropped 15.48% over the past year and traded around $32.85 per share by Wednesday closing, which was near its May price.

      


  • Apigee CEO Buys 5,000 Shares of Company

    Chetan Kapoor (Insider Trades), CEO and president of Apigee Corp. (APIC), bought 5,000 shares on Tuesday. The average price per share was $10.03, for a total transaction of $50,150. Apigee provides an intelligent API platform for digital business. The company’s market cap is $309.75 million, and P/S ratio is 4.39.


    Seven APIC insiders bought 320,844 shares in seven total transactions since April. The earliest transaction decreased about 40% in price since the purchase. Kapoor’s buy on Tuesday contributed to only 1.6% of the sum of insider shares bought since April. Stacey Giamalis (Insider Trades), APIC chief counsel, bought 344 shares in the company today. The average price per share was $10.48. Another company insider, Anant Jhingran (Insider Trades), APIC chief technology officer, bought 3,800 shares of the company on Friday. The average price per share was $10.73. 1443644300598.png 1443644310152.png

      


  • Charles Brandes' Most Weighted Trades in Q2 2015

    Charles Brandes is the chairman of Brandes Investment Partners. He manages a portfolio composed of 195 stocks with a total value of $7.80 billion and the following are his most weighted trades in the last quarter :


    He reduced his stake in Masco Corp. (MAS) by 34.23% with an impact of 0.67% on his portfolio.

      


  • Activist Hedge Fund Manager Dan Loeb Decreases Position in Leading Biotech Company

    Daniel Loeb's Third Point disclosed an equity portfolio valued at some $10.68 billion at the end of the second quarter. Among the 10 largest holdings from Loeb’s equity portfolio (which comprises 56.81% of the total portfolio value), the three top positions are: Amgen Inc. (NASDAQ:AMGN), Dow Chemical Company (NYSE:DOW) and Allergan PLC (NYSE:AGN).


    Amgen is a $110.26 billion market cap company that has major treatments for anemia, neutropenia, rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis, psoriasis, cancer and osteoporosis.

      


  • Undervalued Stocks Among Mario Gabelli's Recent Buys

    Mario Gabelli (Trades, Portfolio) is the founder, chairman and CEO of Gabelli Asset Management Company Investors (GAMCO Investors) and at the end of the last quarter, his portfolio was composed of 834 stocks with a total value of $18.5 billion.


    According to GuruFocus' All-In-One screener, the following are the companies he recently bought with a wide margin of safety.

      


  • Dan Loeb Buys T-Mobile During Second Quarter

    Activist investor Daniel Loeb (Trades, Portfolio) founded hedge fund Third Point LLC in 1995, which today manages about $17 billion in assets. The firm’s strategy involves identifying situations with a catalyst that will unlock value.


    Loeb is well-known for penning scathing public letters to CEOs and companies he disapproves of, prompting Vanity Fair to publish excerpts of his top 10 letters in a 2013 feature.

      


  • Stocks Gurus Are Buying - Part I

    According to GuruFocus' All-in-One screener, the following stocks were six of the most popular among the gurus during the past three months. 



      


  • Dan Loeb Sees Opportunity in Latest Target Baxter International

    Serial 13D-filer Daniel Loeb (Trades, Portfolio) defended shareholder activism in his July letter and moved on to his next target, Baxter International (NYSE:BAX), on Tuesday.


    The company of which Loeb’s Third Point purchased 37,925,000 shares – a 7% stake costing $1.52 billion – has already shaken itself up somewhat. It spun off its biopharmaceutical business, Baxalta (NYSE:BXLT), on July 1, and is focusing on home, hospital and in-center therapies. Its board has also formed a working group to search for a new CEO, as its current chief executive, Bob Parkinson, 64, has spent 11 years at the company.

      


  • Daniel Loeb's Third Point Second Quarter Investor Letter

    Review and Outlook


    On June 1st, Third Point completed its 20th year of investing. Since we like numbers, we will share some statistics about our performance. Over the past two decades, we have generated annualized returns of 20.5%, cumulative returns of over 4000%, and gross trading profits of over $12 billion for our investors. Over the same period, the S&P 500 had annualized returns of 9.1% and cumulative returns of 475%. Our average monthly return has been 1.6% and our average quarterly return has been 5.0%, each roughly double the S&P’s return over the same periods. Finally, we have done this with a correlation to the S&P of only 0.4.1

      


  • A Look at June's Hedge Funds Returns

    The $3 trillion hedge-fund industry tumbled probably due to two important effects. On the one hand, Greece’s debt situation and on the other hand the recent performance of the Chinese stocks. In simple words, June was a bad month for stocks and for hedge funds, too.


    The Hedge Fund Research HFRI Weighted Composite Index dropped 1.3% and that percentage is its worst monthly loss since June 2013. In June, the HFRI Macro Index fell 2.4% and ended with the year to date gains of that index. In line with this, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) returned a negative 2.5% in June, but the total returns for the index for the year through Jul 14 was 2.3%.

      


  • Martin Whitman Recent Buy: Masco Corp

    Martin Whitman (Trades, Portfolio) is founder and portfolio manager of the Third Avenue Value Fund. Whitman is a 1949 graduate of Syracuse University, which recently renamed its School of Management after Whitman, after a large gift from him in June 2003. He is an adjunct faculty member at Yale School of Management.


    During 2015 Q2 the investor bought a big stake of Masco Corp (MAS) with an impact of 2.13% on his portfolio. He bought 1,479,930 shares that is the 0.43% of outstanding shares of the company. Since that buy, the price of the stock didn’t face any change.

      


  • Daniel Loeb Parts With Stake in Alibaba

    Hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb (Trades, Portfolio), the founder and chief executive of Third Point LLC, a New York-based hedge fund with a $14 billion portfolio, is known for his public letters that have been critical of CEOs and other investment managers. His approach to investing is event-driven and value-oriented.


    While he has said he is only interested in making money for his investors, his personal portfolio activity in the first quarter shows he is also interested in making money for himself as well.

      


  • FedEx Is a Long-Term Buy

    In this article let's take a look at FedEx Corporation (NYSE:FDX), the leader in global express delivery services, which provides guaranteed domestic and international air express, residential and business ground package delivery, heavy freight and logistics services.


    Although revenue increased, when compared to the same quarter one year before, it was below the forecast. Also, the company reported weaker earnings than expected from analyst estimates. Earnings of $2.66 per share missed estimates of $2.68. Among the reasons we found were the currency translation and the falling fuel surcharges. After the earnings were released, the stock price plummeted by 3% to $176. In what we consider a five-year period, EPS has grown by 14% annually.

      


  • Dan Loeb increases his stake in Roper Industries

    Daniel Loeb (Trades, Portfolio) is a well-known activist investor. He founded Third Point LLC in 1995 and leads the firm’s research activities, portfolio, and risk management. Third Point’s total assets are more than $2.2 billion, and Loeb’s personal net worth is $2.3 billion.


    Last quarter, Loeb bought 300,000 shares of Roper Industries (NYSE:ROP). As of March 31, 2015, he was holding 1.6 million shares of the company. The following chart shows Dan Loeb's holding history in the company.

      


  • Daniel Loeb's New Positions for 1QFY15

    Daniel Loeb (Trades, Portfolio) of Third Point, LLC recently added nine new positions to his portfolio during 1QFY15. He currently owns 40 stocks and his portfolio has a total value around $10.76 billion and a 14% quarter over quarter turnover.


    27.2% of Loeb's portfolio is made up of stocks in the healthcare sector. Next is the consumer cyclical sector, which consists of 14.3% of his portfolio and basic materials, which is 12.3% of the portfolio.

      


  • Daniel Loeb's Third Point First Quarter 2015 Commentary

    First Quarter 2015 Investor Letter

    I founded Third Point on June 1, 1995 with $3.4 million in capital from five intrepid investors – all close friends and family – and my own nest egg. My goals were to compound at 20% and grow to $20 million in assets. Nearly twenty years later, we have been able to meet our initial return goals (despite over-shooting our asset base target) as a result of remarkable individuals who have come together to form our team. The keys to our success have been remaining entrepreneurial, creative, committed to organizational and individual improvement, rigorous about our process, and singularly focused on achieving superior risk-adjusted returns for our investors.

      


  • Manning & Napier Jump Into Alibaba

    Manning & Napier Advisors Inc. was founded in 1970 and as of December 31, 2014 the company was managing $47.8 billion in assets. The portfolio is composed of 369 stocks and has a Q/Q Turnover of 29%.


    During 1Q2015, the company traded many stocks, but the main addition was to Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA), with an increase of 11489.89%, which resulted in a weight of 0.65% to the portfolio. BABA is part of the Retail – Apparel & Speciality sector.

      


  • Should You Buy EBay Post Recent Analyst Upgrade?

    Recently, Susquehanna analyst James Friedman upgraded his rating on eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY) to buy from neutral. He also raised his stock price target to $75, which implies significant upside from the current levels. Friedman is bullish about Paypal's business prospects once it demerges from eBay.


    In addition to positive sell side commentary eBay has also seen a lot of interest from fund managers of late. Last quarter, Seth Klarman (Trades, Portfolio), Daniel Loeb (Trades, Portfolio), Larry Robbins (Trades, Portfolio), Leon Cooperman (Trades, Portfolio), NWQ Managers (Trades, Portfolio), Jana Partners (Trades, Portfolio), PRIMECAP Management (Trades, Portfolio), Murray Stahl (Trades, Portfolio), RS Investment Management (Trades, Portfolio) and Louis Moore Bacon (Trades, Portfolio) increased their stake in the company.

      


  • A look at Daniel Loeb's investment in Delta Airlines

    Airline companies are notorious for burning cash. Serial Entrepreneur Richard Branson once said, "If you want to be a millionaire, start with a billion dollars and launch a new airline". With falling oil prices, things appear to have been turning around for the sector. Most of the airline stocks have seen good run up over the last few months backed by improved profitability. Many big name investors are now looking for quality names in the sector.


    Last quarter, Billionaire Hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb (Trades, Portfolio) initiated a position in Delta Airlines (DAL) by buying 3.85 million shares. This is the first time he has taken a stake in the company.

      


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