Bill Ackman

Bill Ackman

Last Update: 2014-04-21

Number of Stocks: 7
Number of New Stocks: 0

Total Value: $8,231 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 0%

Countries: USA
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Bill Ackman's Portfolio

This page shows the Portfolio Holdings of Bill Ackman at Pershing Square Capital Management, L.P.. It tells us what Bill Ackman holds in different sectors/industries and the percentage of each holdings in his portfolio. Also please click on the industry to see the details of weightings in different sectors and industries.

Portfolio Statistics

Portfolio Date: 2013-12-31
Number of Stocks: 7
Total value: 8,231 Mil
Number of New Buys: 0
SectorsSector Weightings (%) Sell Impact (%)    Buy Impact (%)
Industrials 31.5% 31.5% -7.2% 171.428571429%
Basic Materials 27.9% 27.9%
Consumer Defensive 17.9% 17.9% -1% 23.8095238095%
Real Estate 11.9% 11.9% -1.5% 35.7142857143%
ETF, options, preferred 10.8% 10.8%
Consumer Cyclical 10.7% 10.7%

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Ticker Company Industry Shares Value ($1000) % Weighting as of
Share # Change
from Last Period
Trade Impact (%) % of Shares Outstanding
APD Air Products & Chemicals IncChemicals20,549,0762,296,98027.9%+0.02%+0.01%9.80
HHC Howard Hughes CorpReal Estate Services3,568,017428,5195.2%009.01
BKW Burger King Worldwide IncRestaurants38,387,865877,54710.7%+0.04%010.93
BEAM Beam IncBeverages - Alcoholic20,818,5451,416,91017.2%0012.86
PG Procter & Gamble CoConsumer Packaged Goods739,60560,2110.73%-65.18%-1.04%0.03
GGP General Growth Properties IncREITs27,624,282554,4196.7%-22.58%-1.51%2.86
CP Canadian Pacific Railway LtdTransportation & Logistics17,159,8882,596,63031.5%-25.8%-7.15%9.80
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*Holdings do not include bonds, notes, debts, shorts etc. Foreign holdings may not be included.

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ReplySamchell@yahoo - 1 day 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.

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