Paul Tudor Jones

Paul Tudor Jones

Last Update: 02-14-2017

Number of Stocks: 1358
Number of New Stocks: 399

Total Value: $3,883 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 33%

Countries: USA
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Paul Tudor Jones Watch

  • 7 of the Worst Stocks in Gurus' Portfolios

    While gurus hold positions in these companies, the stock price and returns continue to fall. These are the worst-performing stocks over the last six months with a long-term presence in more than four gurus’ portfolio.

    EXCO Resources Inc. (NYSE:XCO) has a negative performance of -50.6% over the last six months. Despite this, four mutual funds are still holding the stock with a total weight of 15.98% on their portfolios.


  • Some of the Best-Performing Stocks

    According to GuruFocus' All-in-One Guru Screener, the following are some of the stocks that have outperformed the Standard & Poor's 500 Index over the last 12 months and were bought by gurus during the last quarter.

    Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) with a market cap of $12.63 billion has outperformed the S&P 500 Index by 564.9% over the last 12 months.


  • 7 Undervalued Stocks With Rising Prices

    According to the GuruFocus All-in-One Screener, several gurus are focusing on stocks whose Peter Lynch fair values are far above the current price. The following stocks are trading with wide margins of safety and have a positive performance over the past 12 months.

    Flexible Solutions International Inc. (FSI) is trading around $1.52 per share. The Peter Lynch value gives the stock a fair price of $3.57, so the stock is undervalued with a margin of safety of 67%. Twelve weeks ago, the stock started its positive upward trend and it now registers a positive performance of 9.3%.


  • Macquarie Infrastructure CEO Invests in Company

    Macquarie Infrastructure Corp. (MIC) CEO James Hooke (Insider Trades) bought 15,000 shares of the company on Feb. 3. The price per share was $74.15 for a total transaction of $1,112,250. Macquarie owns, operates and invests in companies that provide modern services and technologies such as bulk liquid storage in the U.S. and Canada, aircraft fuel and hangaring, gas-fired power facilities and also wind and solar power facilities and gas and renewable energy services. The company has a market cap of $6.48 billion.

    Hooke purchased 21,830 shares in three transactions since 2014. His earliest insider buy of 2,830 shares at an average per share price of $66.50 increased in value by nearly 20% since the purchase in July 2014. There were no other insider transactions that year. In the following year, Hooke and Macquarie Director Martin Stanley (Insider Trades) each purchased 4,000 shares for $80 per share. Macquarie Infrastructure Management (Insider Trades) sold 1.9 million shares during the same year and sold a total of 4,793,500 shares from 2015 to date. For more information about insider trades with Macquarie, click here.


  • Undervalued Stocks With Positive Performances

    According to the GuruFocus All-in-One Screener, several gurus are focusing on stocks whose Peter Lynch fair values are far above the current price. The following stocks are trading with wide margins of safety and have a positive performance over the past 12 months

    Manhattan Bridge Capital Inc. (LOAN) is trading around $6.3 per share. The Peter Lynch value gives the stock a fair price of $9.50 so the stock is undervalued with a margin of safety of 33%. Twelve weeks back the stock started its positive upward trend, and it now registers a positive performance of 5.8%.


  • All-In-One Screener Finds Companies With High, Growing Yields

    Thanks to GuruFocus’ All-In-One Screener, we can pinpoint stocks that have a five-year growing dividend yield with strong profitability and a long-term track of solid returns and growing asset value.

    Equifax Inc.’s (EFX) dividend yield has grown by 28% over the last five years. The yield is now 1.12% with a payout ratio of 32%. The company has a 10-year asset growth rate of 9% supported by an average return on assets (ROA) of 7.88%.


  • Why All the Macro Gurus Are Betting on Emerging Markets

    I frequently go over recent Guru trades to see what some of the savviest investors on the planet are buying. Usually, there is an idea or two I want to check out more carefully. Worst case scenario, there's a lot to learn from how these men and women think, best case scenario, you find an idea that fits very well with your style.

    This time I couldn't help but notice Paul Tudor Jones (Trades, Portfolio), George Soros (Trades, Portfolio), Louis Moore Bacon, Stanley Druckenmiller, Charles Brandes (Trades, Portfolio) and Ray Dalio (Trades, Portfolio) all are buying the iShares MSCI Emerging Index. Five out of six are the most prolific macro traders you can find, but Brandes, who's more of a traditional value guy, is somewhat of a surprise.


  • 2 Gurus Buy Waste Management

    Caxton Associates (Trades, Portfolio) and Paul Tudor Jones (Trades, Portfolio) both established a position in Waste Management (NYSE:WM) during the third quarter.

    Waste Management has a market cap of $31.51 billion, a price-earnings ratio of 28.50, an enterprise value of $40.76 billion, a price-book ratio of 5.88, a price-sales ratio of 2.39, a quick ratio of 0.83 and a dividend yield of 2.3%.


  • Trading Lessons From the Great Paul Tudor Jones

    From Jack Schwager’s "Market Wizards":


  • Interim CEO Invests in IT Company

    Syntel Inc. (SYNT) interim CEO and President Rakesh Khanna (Insider Trades) acquired 5,850 shares of the company in two transactions on Dec. 5. The price per share was $20 for a total transaction of $117,000.

    Syntel, an information technology and knowledge process services company for Global 2000 companies, has a market cap of $1.67 billion.


  • Low-Priced Retail Stocks Gurus Shopped for Ahead of Holiday Season

    Those interested in out-of-favor stocks can’t look much further than retail. In a market routinely hitting all-time highs, the consumer discretionary sector’s 1.42% one-year return makes it the worst performing, second only to health care. But the statistics for apparel and department stores are much worse, and the upcoming crucial holiday season may not help.

    Belying the worsening picture for traditional retailers were a 0.8% rise in retail and food services sales in October and 2.9% increase for the 10 months ended in October, compared to the comparable periods. At the same August-October period, clothing and accessories eked out a 0.5% gain, and sales at in general merchandise including department stores were dropping 5.2%, according to data from the Census Bureau.


  • Smith & Wesson Reports Strong Quarter, but Stock Suffers Post Election

    Smith & Wesson (SWHC) released its second-quarter earnings for fiscal 2017 on Thursday.

    The well-known gun manufacturer reported an increase in profits and revenue. For the quarter, it reported a profit of $32.5 million, or 57 cents per share, up from $12.5 million, or 22 cents per share, a year earlier. The company reported revenue between $230 million and $240 million. Analysts forecasted $237.7 million. Sales climbed 63% to $233.5 million.


  • Natera CEO Sells Shares of Company

    Natera Inc. (NTRA) CEO Matthew Rabinowitz (Insider Trades) sold 146,756 shares of the company on Nov. 28. The price per share was $12.50 for a total transaction of $1,834,450.

    Natera, which conducts genetic testing and analysis of circulating cell-free DNA, has a market cap of $625.45 million.


  • Paul Tudor Jones Exits EMC, Boosts Facebook, PepsiCo, Biogen

    Paul Tudor Jones (Trades, Portfolio) is the president and founder of Tudor Investment Corp. and was featured in Jack D. Schwager's classic "Market Wizards." During the third quarter the guru’s most important trades were the following:

    He closed his stake in EMC Corp. (EMC) with an impact of -0.92% on the portfolio.


  • Scott Black’s Top 4 New Holdings of 3rd Quarter

    Scott Black (Trades, Portfolio), president and founder of Delphi Management, acquired nine new holdings in the third quarter. His top four new positions are Icon PLC (NASDAQ:ICLR), Lionbridge Technologies (NASDAQ:LIOX), Omega Healthcare Investors (NYSE:OHI) and National General Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ:NGHC).

    A disciple of the Graham-Dodd value strategy, Black’s firm employs an investment strategy that emphasizes the underlying fundamental performance of companies as opposed to making bets on short-term market movements. The investment firm only invests in companies that meet a developed set of quantitative criteria and are under good management. The firm takes only long positions in U.S.-listed companies.


  • David Rolfe Buys 1, Sells 1 in 3rd Quarter

    Wedgewood Partners’ David Rolfe (Trades, Portfolio) acquired one new holding and sold another in the third quarter.

    Rolfe is the chief investment officer at Wedgewood. The firm’s investment philosophy is established on the belief that significant long-term wealth can be created through investing as an “owner” in a company. It looks for a dominant product or service that is hard to compete with, has sustainable and consistent growth of revenue, earnings and dividends, is highly profitable and has a strong, shareholder-oriented management team.


  • Will Eaton Vance Continue This Year's Surge?

    In an article published on Feb. 13 of this year, PatientValueInvestor recommended Eaton Vance (NYSE:EV) to investors prepared to take the long view. At the time, the share price of this financial stock was near the $28 mark.

    As it turned out, investors who took his advice did not need much patience. Following a better than 7.5% jump on Nov. 9 and 10, the two days after the American elections, the stock closed at $38.15, an increase of about 36% in less than nine months. Still, as this 20-year chart shows, the company has some distance to go before it gets back to the lofty prices it enjoyed in 2007:


  • CEO Buys 50,000 Shares of Triumph Group

    Triumph Group Inc. (TGI) CEO and President Daniel Crowley (Insider Trades) bought 50,000 company shares on Nov. 7. The price was $25.56 per share for a total transaction of $1,278,000.

    Triumph Group, an aircraft design, engineering, manufacturing and repair company, has a market cap of $1.35 billion.


  • Trading Lessons From the Great Jesse Livermore

    Boy Wonder, Boy Plunger and the Great Bear of Wall Street are a few of the monikers Jesse Livermore was known by.

    Livermore was immortalized in the trading classic "Reminiscences of a Stock Operator" by Edwin Lefevre — a book I have read countless times over the years and still pull new wisdom from with each revisit.


  • Twitter Releases Earnings, Reveals Workforce Reduction

    Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) announced a reduction of its workforce during its third quarter earnings report before the market opened Thursday.

    In its report, Twitter announced it will be restructuring and reducing its force, affecting approximately 9% of Twitter’s workforce globally.


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