Paul Tudor Jones

Paul Tudor Jones

Last Update: 2014-08-14

Number of Stocks: 1143
Number of New Stocks: 329

Total Value: $2,611 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 37%

Countries: USA
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Paul Tudor Jones Watch

  • Why Principal’s Retirement Insurance May Be Its Best Asset

    Last week Principal Financial Group Inc. (PFG) announced its newest deal with private benefits company Liazon Corp., through which the firm will offer employer-sponsored group benefit plans to small and medium businesses. While the company already sells ancillary benefit plans, this deal will now also include dental, life insurance, disability insurance and critical illness coverage in an attempt to stay on top of the insurance industry. As an industry leader, Principal has over $466 billion in assets under management and 19 million customers, fragmented among small and medium-size businesses. Furthermore, its solid fourth quarter results have encouraged investment gurus like Paul Tudor Jones (Trades, Portfolio) and Steven Cohen (Trades, Portfolio) to recently acquire large amounts of the company’s shares. So, let’s see what this insurer has in store for the future.


    Broadening Horizons

      


  • Paul Tudor Jones Is Increasing Presence in the International Markets

    Over the past days hedge funds have been filing their form 13-F, which is a quarterly report of equity holdings by filed institutional investment managers with at least $100 million in equity assets under management, as required by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). In this article, let's concentrate in one particular hedge fund and try to see the principal holdings in its portfolio. I will look into Tudor Investment Corp in which Paul Tudor Jones (Trades, Portfolio) serve as chief investment officer.


    Recently the fund reported its equity portfolio, as at the end of last year. The total value of the portfolio amounted to $1.85 billion, up from $1.65 billion disclosed at the end of the previous quarter. Consequently, the fund's total return was 12.3% in the last quarter. The filing revealed that at the end of last year, the fund added 677 new positions to its equity portfolio, and sold out of 216 other companies. The top 10 portfolio holdings as of the end of the quarter represented 32.39%. The largest changes from previous 13-F´s fillings are in the industrials sector (5%) followed by consumer discretionary and materials (around 2% each).

      


  • Investing Like a Lemming: Technical Analysis

    It is likely no surprise to most people that have studied Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) that he had used technical analysis as an investment strategy for nearly eight years. Luckily for Buffett, he met Ben Graham, studied his writings, studied under him at Columbia and solely committed to the road of fundamental value investing for the rest of his life. The rest is history.



    After Buffett came to the realization that technical analysis did not work, he explained years later, "I realized that technical analysis didn't work when I turned the chart upside down and didn't get a different answer."
      


  • Why This Newspaper Titan Will Only Reep Losses

    The newspaper publishing industry has been struggling to maintain its past growth, ever since digital news sites entered the market segment. With declining advertisement dollars, several industry giants have had to cut costs in order to reduce losses, making investors uneasy about future profitability. The New York Times Company (NYT) is one of the companies that has suffered the most, causing investment gurus like Steven Cohen (Trades, Portfolio) and Paul Tudor Jones (Trades, Portfolio) to sell out their company shares. But what will the future hold for this firm and will it be able to overcome secular headwinds?


    A Strong Brand, Losing Power

      


  • Weekly Top American Insider Buys

    Over the past week there were several companies reporting insider buys along some large insider sells. The following insiders reported the largest insider buys over the past week. These transactions were judged based on the number of insiders buying, transaction amount and the amount of shares being purchased.

    Digital Realty Trust (DLR)  


  • Passion and Compassion - Paul Tudor Jones, Sells in Review

    Passion and compassion are the two engines that drive "venture philanthropist" Paul Tudor Jones II, founder, chairman and CEO of The Tudor Group. Passion fuels his vocation as a hedge fund trader extraordinaire. As of this month, Jones has amassed a personal fortune of around $3.7 billion, according to Forbes. Compassion clearly energizes his avocation, helping homeless children and the poor. Paul Tudor Jones is the founder of Robin Hood, a charitable organization formed in 1988 to target poverty in New York City. Its board of directors is peopled with a number of Guru billionaire investors. In his 2011 speech at the Robin Hood Heroes Breakfast, Jones outlined the various kinds of poverty, the worst being a poverty of opportunity Americans are facing. Last year, Robin Hood invested $132 million in 210 poverty-fighting programs.

    The Tudor Group portfolio currently lists 779 stocks, 289 of them new, with a total value of $1.33 billion and a quarter-over-quarter turnover of 58%. The portfolio top three sector weights healthcare at 23.9%, ETF, options, preferred at 22.2% and industrials at 11.2%. Paul Tudor Jones’s 12-month average return is 35.13%; he’s averaged 6% since inception.  


  • 60 Minutes Interviews Investing Legend Paul Tudor Jones

    From 60 Minutes, an infrequent public interview with Paul Tudor Jones:

    [i]Ask Wall Street bankers the net worth of Paul Tudor Jones, and they'll tell you, $3.6 billion. He's one of those hedge fund managers. But ask a homeless child or a struggling family and they'll tell you that a spreadsheet is no way to measure a man.  


  • Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones Shakeups: Apple (AAPL), eBay (EBAY) And More

    Be sure to check out our detailed stock analysis (click here). Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones has been one of the most successful traders over the last few decades, amassing a net worth in excess of $3.3 billion. His investment firm, Tudor Investment, is managing some $12 billion and adding a number of stocks to its portfolio during the fourth quarter across a variety of industries, including a big increase in a popular tech company; let's check out Tudor's top moves (check out Tudor's new picks).

    One of Tudor's biggest moves last quarter was a 4,000% increase in its Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) shares owned, now making the stock its second largest holding and 6.5% of its portfolio. Apple continues to trade around 10 times earnings, which is below where other giant tech companies trade, such as IBM and Oracle. Compared to the broader tech industry, Apple only trades at a 4% premium to its peer group, but has historically traded at a 35% premium.  


  • The Paul Tudor Jones PBS Documentary

    A 55-minute documentary of the legendary trader from 1986 which includes his prediction of the 1987 stock market crash.

    Trader: The Paul Tudor Jones Documentary fromValue Veterans onVimeo.

      


  • Paul Tudor Jones Buys JPMorgan and Financials ETF as Top Holdings

    Paul Tudor Jones, who founded $11 billion Tudor Investment Corp. in 1980, bought 377 new stocks in the first quarter, the largest of which were sizable positions financials: Spider Financial Sels (XLF), JPMorgan Chase (JPM). He also bought Becton Dickinson (BDX), Waters Corp. (WAT) and Brunswick Corp. (BC). Jones investing style is generally short-term trading.

    The Financial Select Sector SPDR, of which Jones bought 8,663,000 shares at an average price of $15, contains a variety of investment management, commercial and investment banking institutions. Several top holdings are JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and BankAmerica Corp.  


  • Stocks That Paul Tudor Jones Keeps Buying in the Last Quarters

    “The secret to being successful from a trading perspective is to have an indefatigable and an undying and unquenchable thirst for information and knowledge.” — Paul Tudor Jones, president and founder of The Tudor Group.

    Mr. Jones usually upholds a single trade idea till he makes a fundamental change. Other times, he keeps cutting his position. Then when his trading is really bad, he trades the smallest amount.  


  • Paul Tudor Jones keeps Buying CMCSA, DVN, GLW, NFX, ORCL, SNDK and keeps Selling MSFT, ELNK, EXC, NSR, NIHD

    Paul Tudor Jones keeps Buying CMCSA, DVN, GLW, NFX, ORCL, SNDK and keeps Selling MSFT, ELNK, EXC, NSR, NIHD

    Paul Tudor Jones II is the founder of Tudor Investment. As of September 9, 2011, Jones has 701 stocks of total value of 2.583 million with quarter over quarter turnover of 2.6% and a net worth 3.2 billion.  


  • Rare Talk by Paul Tudor Jones

    Paul Tudor Jones speaks at the Robin Hood Heroes Breakfast on the poverty of opportunity in the nation, economic inequality and the imperative of helping those in need:

    Paul Tudor Jones II- 2011 Heroes Breakfast fromRobin Hood onVimeo.  


  • Hedge Fund Trader Paul Tudor Jones Buys EWJ, GLD, PFE, BAX, EXPR, VOD, Sells MSFT, ACI, GOOG, CLF, NIHD

    Billionaire, legendary hedge fund trader Paul Tudor Jones reported his portfolio at the The Tudor Group. As of 09/30/2011, The Tudor Group owns 701 stocks with a total value of $2.6 billion. These are the details of the buys and sells that have the impact to portfolio of more than .1%. Tudor’s portfolio has a quarter-to-quarter turnover of 26%.

    Mr. Jones is the president and founder of The Tudor Group, and was featured in Jack D. Schwagers classic "Market Wizards." According to Wikipedia, Tudor Investment Corp. charges four percent per annum of assets under management and twenty-three percent of the profits. Contrarian attempt to buy and sell turning points. Keeps trying the single trade idea until he changes his mind, fundamentally. Otherwise, he keeps cutting his position size down. Then he trades the smallest amount when his trading is at its worst.  


  • Hedge Fund Legend Paul Tudor Jones Reports Q2 Trades

    Billionaire, legendary hedge fund trader Paul Tudor Jones reported his portfolio at the The Tudor Group. As of 06/30/2011, The Tudor Group owns 757 stocks with a total value of $2 billion. These are the details of the buys and sells that have the impact to portfolio of more than 0.5%.

    Mr. Jones is the president and founder of The Tudor Group, and was featured in Jack D. Schwagers classic "Market Wizards." According to Wikipedia, Tudor Investment Corp. charges four percent per annum of assets under management and twenty-three percent of the profits. Contrarian attempt to buy and sell turning points. Keeps trying the single trade idea until he changes his mind, fundamentally. Otherwise, he keeps cutting his position size down. Then he trades the smallest amount when his trading is at its worst.  


  • The Quick Review on Paul Tudor Jones' Approach

    I wish there were more interviews to be gleaned from talented hedge fund manager, Paul Tudor Jones. Read more about his profile here: http://www.safehaven.com/article/20401/paul-tudor-jones-ii-master-of-the-markets

    With regards to his comments on tape reading “which is something of a lost art form”, this view is shared similarly by SAC, Steven Cohen SAC Capital’s Cohen Opens Up:  


  • Legendary Hedge Fund Trader Paul Tudor Jones Reports Q1 Trades

    Billionaire, legendary hedge fund trader Paul Tudor Jones reported his portfolio at the The Tudor Group. As of 03/31/2011, The Tudor Group owns 663 stocks with a total value of $2.2 billion. These are the details of the buys and sells that have the impact to portfolio of more than 0.1%.

    Mr. Jones is the president and founder of The Tudor Group, and was featured in Jack D. Schwagers classic "Market Wizards." According to Wikipedia, Tudor Investment Corp. charges four percent per annum of assets under management and twenty-three percent of the profits. Contrarian attempt to buy and sell turning points. Keeps trying the single trade idea until he changes his mind, fundamentally. Otherwise, he keeps cutting his position size down. Then he trades the smallest amount when his trading is at its worst.  


  • Paul Tudor Jones on the Chinese Renminbi

    Paul Tudor Jones on the damage the undervaluation of the Chinese currency creates in the United States:  


  • Billionaire Trader Paul Tudor Jones Buys SPY, C, GCAP, T, EWY, FXI, ABX, HCP, HBAN, MOO, Sells EEM, GOOG, AAPL, CISG, OIH, BMR, UNFI, XLU, MCP

    Billionaire Trader Paul Tudor Jones buys The Tudor Group. As of 12/31/2010, The Tudor Group owns 586 stocks with a total value of $1.1 billion. These are the details of the buys and sells that have the impact to portfolio of more than 0.2%.

    Mr. Jones is the president and founder of Tudor Investment Corporation, and was featured in Jack D. Schwagers classic "Market Wizards." According to Wikipedia, Tudor Investment Corp. charges four percent per annum of assets under management and twenty-three percent of the profits. Contrarian attempt to buy and sell turning points. Keeps trying the single trade idea until he changes his mind, fundamentally. Otherwise, he keeps cutting his position size down. Then he trades the smallest amount when his trading is at its worst.  


  • Billionaire Trader Paul Tudor Jones Buys EEM, AAPL, GOOG, OIH, Sells XLV, XLP, PM, XLK

    This is the Q3 portfolio update of renowned billionaire trader, hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones.

    Mr. Jones is the president and founder of Tudor Investment Corporation, and was featured in Jack D. Schwagers classic "Market Wizards." According to Wikipedia, Tudor Investment Corp. charges four percent per annum of assets under management and twenty-three percent of the profits. Contrarian attempt to buy and sell turning points. Keeps trying the single trade idea until he changes his mind, fundamentally. Otherwise, he keeps cutting his position size down. Then he trades the smallest amount when his trading is at its worst.  


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