Chase Coleman

Last Update: 2014-06-23

Number of Stocks: 55
Number of New Stocks: 10

Total Value: $7,365 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 15%

Countries: USA
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Chase Coleman' s Profile & Performance

Profile

Chase Coleman is the founder of Tiger Global Management. He is one of the Tiger Cub, i.e. manager who learned their strategies from the legendary Julian Robertson.

TIGER GLOBAL MANAGEMENT LLC
Business Address:
101 PARK AVENUE
48TH FLOOR
NEW YORK NY 10178
2129848847

Investing Philosophy

Chase Coleman likes to invest in small caps and technologies.

Total Holding History

Top Ranked Articles

Chase Coleman Made 400% on His Original LinkedIn Investment
Chase Coleman bought 300,000 Class A shares of LinkedIn (LNKD), a rapidly growing albeit largely unprofitable professional networking site, at its IPO on May 24, 2011, for $45 per share. His gain from that is 47%. He originally invested $31 million by acquiring 2,436,001 shares in a number of secondary transactions, from Dec. 21, 2009, to Aug. 10, 2010. Later, he exchanged the preferred shares for Class B common shares at an average cost of $13 per share. His return on his original investment is 400%. The company's Class B shares allow the holder 10 votes, while Class A shares allow 1 vote. Coleman now owns 6.4% of LinkedIn, and the stock is trading at $66 per share. Read more...
Tiger Global’s Chase Coleman Takes 9.9% Ownership of Groupon
As of Nov. 9, hedge fund manager, Chase Coleman, of New York-based Tiger Global Management LLC, has significantly enlarged his stake of discount deals provider, Groupon Inc. (GRPN), according to GuruFocus Real Time Picks. Read more...
Gurus with Best Performance Year to Date
The list of Gurus with the most successful stock portfolios year to date is quite different than the one GuruFocus discussed last week, which tracked third-quarter performance only. Chuck Akre still ranks highest of all the mutual fund managers GuruFocus tracks. But one surprise was that Eddie Lampert did the best overall – his portfolio value increased 5.96%. Chase Coleman followed him with a 3.69% return. Warren Buffett, first for the third quarter, was No. 25 on the year-to-date list. Bruce Berkowitz was second to last with a 34.34% loss, besting only Ian Cumming, who suffered a 51.2% loss. Read more...
Daily Value Overview: June 7, 2011
I don’t worry too much about the daily gyrations of the stock market: The ups, the downs, and everything in between. Mr. Market is manic-depressive, probably now more than ever. I do, however, find a great deal of useful news flowing throughout the day. Most of the news is noise, but the internet also provides a unique way to filter, to follow, and to focus. With that in mind I thought it would be useful to write a daily recap of market and stock news that I’m following and that I think is relevant to value investors. I can’t promise I’ll get something up at the end of every day, but I’m going to try. I also can’t promise that all of it will all be of interest to you but, again, I’m going to try. Here’s the kickoff. I hope you enjoy. Read more...
Weekly Guru Bargains Highlights: HMSY, FB, TSU, SLXP, ANR
According to GuruFocus Bargains, these stocks have declined the most since Gurus have bought. Read more...
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Commentaries and Stories

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Analysis of SodaStream´s ROE
In this article, let´s see one of the most important financial ratios applying to stockholders, the best measure of performance for a firm's management: the Return on Equity (ROE), and we are going to analyze it in the case of SodaStream International Ltd. (SODA). More...

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Small-Cap Consensus Picks By The Investing Gurus Chase Coleman,Donald Yacktman - Small-Cap Consensus Picks By The Investing Gurus
Every once in a while I like to check with the investing gurus to see which small cap stocks they are holding. These are the stocks that have the most room for growth. It is more likely that a company will grow its market cap from $500 million to $5 billion than growing its market cap from $400 billion to $4 trillion. The screen I used at GuruFocus was for stocks with a market cap of less than $1 billion and held by at least 5 gurus (Small Cap Consensus Screen). The screen resulted in five stocks: More...

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Hedge Fund Manager Larry Robbins Boosts Stakes in Carter´s
According to GuruFocus Real Time Picks, billionaire Larry Robbins (Trades, Portfolio), who founded Glenview Capital Management takes a long position on Carter's, Inc. (CRI). The company, a $4.24 billion market cap, has a trailing P/E ratio that indicates that the stock is relatively overvalued (29x vs 24.4x of industry mean). So one question arises, why this hedge fund manager is betting on it? More...

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Kids' Apparel Is a Growing Business
According to GuruFocus Real Time Picks, Larry Robbins (Trades, Portfolio) added Carter's, Inc. (CRI) at an average price of $69.5 and currently holds 3,673,608 shares of the stock. This makes me feel that he is betting that the textiles, apparel, and luxury goods industry will expand in the near future. More...

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Morning Coffee: Real-Time Picks Chase Coleman,Glenn Greenberg - Morning Coffee: Real-Time Picks
Here are some of the latest Real-Time Picks from the gurus: More...

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Morning Coffee: Real Time Picks Mario Gabelli,Chase Coleman - Morning Coffee: Real Time Picks
This morning we will take a look at Real Time Picks from the gurus. These are the latest filings: More...

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Groupon, Twitter Investor Chase Coleman Buys Stake in Internet-Based Zillow Inc. Chase Coleman - Groupon, Twitter Investor Chase Coleman Buys Stake In Internet-Based Zillow Inc.
Chase Coleman (Trades, Portfolio), founder of the hedge fund seeded by investing legend Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio), Tiger Global Management, has added another Internet stock to his portfolio, Zillow Inc. (Z). Coleman’s top holdings contain several Internet-based companies, including Priceline.com Inc. (PCLN), Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), and Yahoo Inc. (YHOO). He also has smaller interests in a number of other well-known dot-coms, such as Groupon Inc. (GRPN), TripAdvisor Inc. (TRIP), Zynga Inc. (ZNGA), Twitter Inc. (TWTR). More...

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Priceline Group Continues Its Profitable Growth Streak
That the travel industry can be fiercely competitive, with its highly fragmented market and difficult to retain customer loyalty, is nothing new. However, Priceline Group Inc. (PCLN) seems to be sailing through the recent quarters like a breeze without a doubt and fourth quarter fiscal 2013 was no exception to the rule. In fact, the company’s name change (formerly Priceline.com) is a sign of growth, as the new name comprises all five Priceline brands – Booking.com, priceline.com, agoda.com, KAYAK and rentalcars.com – in the form of a global business, thereby showcasing the firm’s scale. So, despite the company’s high target price of $1217.03, its impeccable balance sheet and outstanding returns on capital make it one of the favorite long-term picks among investment gurus like Chase Coleman (Trades, Portfolio) and John Burbank (Trades, More...

DARREN HUSTON,JEFFREY BOYD,LEISURE,ONLINE TRAVEL AGENCY,BOOKING.COM,AGODA.COM,KAYAK,RENTALCARS.COM,PRICELINE.COM


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Southeastern Asset Management, Chase Coleman Add to Positions Mason Hawkins,Chase Coleman - Southeastern Asset Management, Chase Coleman Add To Positions
Chase Coleman (Trades, Portfolio) of Tiger Global Management and Mason Hawkins (Trades, Portfolio) of Southeastern Asset Management both found two stocks within their portfolios worth growing this week. Southeastern Asset Management seeks deeply discounted but good businesses for its portfolio, which contains 33 stocks and is valued at $20.4 billion. Tiger Global Management is also a fundamental-based firm but which also invests according to long-term sector trends. Its long equity portfolio holds 61 stocks with a combined value of $8 billion. More...

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Is There a Huge Gap Between Price and Intrinsic Value?
The Gap Inc. (GPS) is a leading apparel specialty retailer that sells casual apparel for men, women, and children under the Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Piperlime and Athleta brands. With a very broad spectrum of consumers, the company becomes the largest specialty apparel retailer in the U.S. Additionally, the company plans to open five Old Navy brand stores in China this year, so the focus in international markets is a driver for future revenues. The firm's competitors include American Eagle Outfitters Inc. (AEO) and The TJX Companies Inc. (TJX). More...

LONG, RETAIL, APPAREL, GAP, SPECIALTY, CASUAL


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Giant Eyes for this Internet Television Giant - Sanford J. Colen Continues Long in Netflix
Over the past days hedge funds have been filing their form 13-F, which is a quarterly report of equity holdings filed by institutional investment managers with at least $100 million in equity assets under management, as required by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). These investors include banks, insurance companies, hedge funds, investment companies, foundations and pension funds. Form 13-Fs only report long positions. Remember that short positions are not required to be disclosed and are not reported. More...

LONG, HEDGE FUND, 13F, COLEN


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A Travel Agent with Top-Line Profits
The $600 billion online travel industry characterizes itself through low costs on capital and very high returns on invested capital. Investment gurus, like Chase Coleman (Trades, Portfolio) and Chris Davis (Trades, Portfolio), know that this market holds promising long term profits, so they recently bought several million company shares of Priceline.com Inc. (PCLN). This online travel aggregator offers booking services such as hotel rooms, airline tickets, rental cars and cruises. Under the brand names of Priceline.com, Booking.com, Agoda, and rentalcars.com, the company riels in profits through transaction fees for its online bookings. And so far, metrics have been fruitful. More...

LEISURE,TRAVEL,HOTELS,AIRLINE TICKETS,RENTAL CARS,CRUISES,PRICELINE.COM,BOOKING.COM,AGODA,RENTALCARS.COM


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X Marks the Spot in Billionaire Portfolios
Movie hero Indiana Jones once told his archaeology students that X never marks the spot on the treasure map. But recent trading shows that stocks with the x factor, namely XRS and EXAR, do have a place in the portfolios of numerous billionaires, including Chase Coleman of Tiger Global Management and George Soros of Soros Fund Management. XRS and EXAR are both showing positive signs in the third quarter: TAL Education Group’s net income for the quarter is up 45.4%. With the acquisition of Cadeka Microcircuits, Exar Corporation’s income is up 80%. More...

EDUCATION & TRAINING SERVICES, SEMICONDUCTORS


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Chase Coleman’s Tiger Global Takes Near 10% Stake in Children’s Retailer
Over the past week Chase Coleman’s fund Tiger Global Management reported an increase in their holdings in the children’s apparel company, Carter’s. The fund made this increase on Oct. 24, as the company released their third quarter financial results. More...

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What the Gurus Sold this Week Chase Coleman,Carl Icahn - What The Gurus Sold This Week
The following information is a highlight of the real-time guru activity we saw this week. To view more information on these gurus, check out their guru portfolios. “Real Time Picks” reports the stock purchases and sells that Gurus have made within the prior two weeks. If a Guru makes a purchase or sell of a company in which they own a greater-than 5% stake, SEC regulations require them to report their transaction within two days. More...

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Five Gurus Slice Five Companies Richard Perry,Chase Coleman - Five Gurus Slice Five Companies
In reviewing third quarter selling action so far, it looks like a few of the buy-and-hold types are trading light on the sell side. Here’s a snapshot in time of five billionaire investors slicing five companies: More...

BUSINESS SERVICES, EDUCATION & TRAINING SERVICES, INTERNET CONTENT & INFORMATION, DEPARTMENT STORES


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Chase Coleman's Tiger Global Cuts TAL Education Chase Coleman - Chase Coleman's Tiger Global Cuts TAL Education
Over the past week guru Chase Coleman’s fund, Tiger Global Management, made an interesting reduction of its stake in the Chinese education company TAL Education Group (XRS). More...

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What the Gurus Did this Week Chase Coleman,Mario Gabelli - What The Gurus Did This Week
The following information is a highlight of the real-time guru activity we saw this week. To view more information on these gurus, check out their guru portfolios. “Real Time Picks” reports the stock purchases and sells that Gurus have made within the prior two weeks. If a Guru makes a purchase or sell of a company in which they own a greater-than 5% stake, SEC regulations require them to report their transaction within two days. We saw notable real time activity from Steven Cohen, Mario Gabelli, Chase Coleman and Glenn Greenberg. [b] More...

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Coleman’s Tiger Global Ups Stake in Chinese Education Company Chase Coleman - Coleman’s Tiger Global Ups Stake In Chinese Education Company
As reported to GuruFocus real time picks, Chase Coleman’s Tiger Global Management Fund significantly upped its position in TAL Education Group (XRS) on Sept. 18. Tiger Global’s new buy gives the fund a near 15% stake in the company. More...

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Timing, Tempo and Touch - Tiger Global Review, Returns 38.9% over 12
Tiger Global Management is one tiger you won’t find on the PGA Tour or the endangered species list. The hedge fund’s founder, Chase Coleman, is one of the few investors who outsmarted Facebook and reportedly made around $1 billion for his investors when he sold out his Facebook shares in early 2013, according to Forbes. More...

INTERNET CONTENT & MEDIA, MEDIA, PUBLISHING


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