Julian Robertson

Julian Robertson

Last Update: 2014-11-14

Number of Stocks: 50
Number of New Stocks: 15

Total Value: $377 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 53%

Countries: USA
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Julian Robertson' s Profile & Performance

Profile

Julian Robertson is considered the father of hedge fund. He launched his firm Tiger Management in 1980 with $8 million, and turned it into over $22 billion in the late 1990s. Robertson had the best hedge fund record throughout the 1980s and 1990s. It is reported that the compound rate of return to his investors was 32%. During his active years, he was considered to be the "Wizard of Wall Street." His hedge fund, Tiger Management, became the world's largest fund, which peaked at over $23 billion invested.
He lost 4% in 1998 and 19% in 1999 as rival investors were riding the dot-com bubble to spectacular returns. He shut down his fund.
Today Tiger Management only manages fund from internal investment, mainly Mr. Robertson’s own money.


Besides his investment record, Mr. Robertson also mentored a group of young hedge fund managers, known as the "Tiger Cubs." A number of them became extremely successful hedge fund managers in their own right, including John Griffin of Blue Ridge Capital, Lee Ainslie of Maverick Capital, Andreas Halvorsen of Viking Global, and Steve Mandel of Lone Pine Capital. They are also included in our List of Gurus.

Investing Philosophy

Mr. Robertson invests with long-short strategies. These are some of his quotes:
"Our mandate is to find the 200 best companies in the world and invest in them, and find the 200 worst companies in the world and go short on them. If the 200 best don't do better than the 200 worst, you should probably be in another business."

"When Robertson is convinced that he is right," a former Tiger executive notes, "Julian bets the farm."

"Hear a [stock] story, analyze and buy aggressively if it feels right."

Total Holding History

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Julian H. Robertson Jr. is an American former hedge fund manager.  He was born in Salisbury, North Carolina in 1932.  Robertson graduated from the University of North Carolina with a degree in business administration in 1955.  After a stint in the Navy, he joined Kidder, Peabody & Co. in New York in 1957 and, over a twenty year career, became one of the firm's top producing stockbrokers.  Robertson founded the investment firm Tiger Management Corp., one of the earliest hedge funds in 1980 with $8 million start-up capital that became over $22 billion in the late 1990s.  Quick success was also followed by a fast downward spiral of investor withdrawals that ended with the fund closing in 2000.  Now retired, Robertson invests directly in other hedge funds, most run by former employees of Robertson's defunct hedge fund company. He is active in philanthropy and supporting the resolution of environmental issues.

Subsequently, he became head of Kidder Peabody's money management subsidiary, Webster Management Corporation. In 1993, his compensation and share of Tiger's gain exceeded $300 million.  His 2003 estimated net worth was over $400 million, and in March 2011 it was estimated by Forbes at $2.3 billion, a slight increase from the $2.2 billion estimated the previous year. Robertson said in 2008 that he shorted subprime securities and made money through credit default swaps. The following year, according to Forbes, Robertson's return on his $200-million personal trading account was 150 percent.

Year after year of brilliant returns turned a reported $8 million investment in 1980 into $7.2 billion in 1996. During the later part of this period, Robertson was the reigning titan of the world's hedge funds. At his peak, no one could best him for sheer stock-picking acumen. Investors, at a required minimum initial investment of $5 million, flocked into his six hedge funds.  In the late 1990s, Robertson agonized over the tech-stock craze and, while avoiding what he considered to be "irrational" investing, the TMG funds missed out on any participation on the big gains of the sector. The gradual demise of Tiger from 1998 to 2000, when all its funds were closed, was reflected in the plunge in assets under management from a peak of $22 billion in assets in 1998 to a closing value of $6 billion.  Poor stock picking and large, misplaced bets on risky market trades are usually cited as the cause of Robertson's downfall. However, it is felt by many objective observers that high-level executive defections from TMG's management, as well as Robertson's autocratic managerial style and notorious temper, eventually took their toll on the firm's performance.  Tiger's largest equity holding at that time was U.S. Airways, whose troubles dragged down the value of his holdings.  After closing his fund in 2000, Robertson kept his hand in the hedge fund business by supporting and financing upcoming hedge fund managers, in return for a stake in their fund management companies. Apart from those, many of the analysts and managers Robertson employed and mentored at Tiger Management went out on their own and are now running some of the best-known hedge fund firms, called "Tiger Cubs".

Robertson has been quoted as saying "our mandate is to find the 200 best companies in the world and invest in them, and find the 200 worst companies in the world and go short on them. If the 200 best don't do better than the 200 worst, you should probably be in another business.  He is very private on his investments.  In TMG, Robertson would get input from his analysts and make all the investment decisions. It is said though that Robertson was a macro trader, and often rode worldwide trends.  His investment style, about which there is very little written, consisted of a "smart idea, grounded on exhaustive research, followed by a big bet." Not exactly a practical framework that would work for the general investing public.

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Julian Robertson Buys Tableau Software, Facebook, Netflix, Sells Ulta Salon, EBay, EQT
Legendary investor Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) just reported his second quarter portfolio at Tiger Management. The portfolio is primarily Mr. Robertson’s personal investment. Mr. Robertson is regarded as the founder of the whole hedge fund industry. He had tremendous success from 1980 through 2000, when his flagship fund compounded 31.5%, and his assets grew from a few hundred million to $26 billion in 2008. In addition to his own success with his fund, Mr. Robertson has taught and seeded a group of hedge fund managers who are called Tiger Cubs or Tiger Seeds. Many of the Tiger Cubs are also great investors and have been very successful on their own. GuruFocus tracks the portfolios of a few of them, including John Griffin (Trades, Portfolio) of Blue Ridge Capital, Lee Ainslie (Trades, Portfolio) of Maverick Capital, Andreas Halvorsen (Trades, Portfolio) of Viking Global, and Steve Mandel (Trades, Portfolio) of Lone Pine Capital. Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) buys Tableau Software Inc, Facebook Inc, Netflix Inc, Citigroup Inc, Gilead Sciences Inc, Google Inc, etc. during the 3-months ended 06/30/2014, according to the most recent filings of his investment company, Tiger Management. As of 06/30/2014, Tiger Management owns 49 stocks with a total value of $274 million. These are the details of the buys and sells. New Purchases: NFLX, C, MU, USAK, P, CVLT, BIDU, NLSN, RCL, HMTV, Added Positions: DATA, FB, GILD, GOOGL, ENSG, ESCA, SXC, NXPI, ADSK, GIMO, Reduced Positions: VLO, DAL, POST, AAL, GLPI, FNF, ETFC, AMD, CTXS, CALX, DWRE, Sold Out: ULTA, EBAY, EQT, MET, HIMX, NAV, ADTN, TTWO, BRCD, BID, SPLK, ARMH, BLOX, RKUS, CVT, MRVL, TXTR, ARCP, For the details of Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio)'s stock buys and sells, go to http://www.gurufocus.com/StockBuy.php?GuruName=Julian+Robertson These are the top 5 holdings of Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) 1. Gilead Sciences Inc (GILD) - 443,911 shares, 13.4% of the total portfolio. Shares added by 28.55% 2. Tableau Software Inc (DATA) - 348,000 shares, 9.1% of the total portfolio. Shares added by 2900% 3. Facebook Inc (FB) - 341,500 shares, 8.4% of the total portfolio. Shares added by 1776.37% 4. Delta Air Lines Inc (DAL) - 561,485 shares, 7.9% of the total portfolio. Shares reduced by 24.68% 5. Google Inc (GOOGL) - 32,896 shares, 7.0% of the total portfolio. Shares added by 61.29% New Purchase: Netflix Inc (NFLX) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) initiated holdings in Netflix Inc. His purchase prices were between $314.21 and $448.68, with an estimated average price of $377.79. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 4.7%. His holdings were 29,000 shares as of 06/30/2014. New Purchase: Citigroup Inc (C) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) initiated holdings in Citigroup Inc. His purchase prices were between $45.68 and $49.58, with an estimated average price of $47.57. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 4.6%. His holdings were 267,800 shares as of 06/30/2014. New Purchase: Micron Technology Inc (MU) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) initiated holdings in Micron Technology Inc. His purchase prices were between $21.13 and $32.5, with an estimated average price of $27.18. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 0.59%. His holdings were 49,300 shares as of 06/30/2014. New Purchase: USA Truck Inc (USAK) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) initiated holdings in USA Truck Inc. His purchase prices were between $14.82 and $19.24, with an estimated average price of $17.18. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 0.49%. His holdings were 71,933 shares as of 06/30/2014. New Purchase: CommVault Systems Inc (CVLT) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) initiated holdings in CommVault Systems Inc. His purchase prices were between $46.07 and $70.8, with an estimated average price of $53.9. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 0.42%. His holdings were 23,500 shares as of 06/30/2014. New Purchase: Pandora Media Inc (P) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) initiated holdings in Pandora Media Inc. His purchase prices were between $22.17 and $31.74, with an estimated average price of $26.06. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 0.42%. His holdings were 39,500 shares as of 06/30/2014. New Purchase: Baidu Inc (BIDU) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) initiated holdings in Baidu Inc. His purchase prices were between $143.51 and $184.96, with an estimated average price of $163.28. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 0.42%. His holdings were 6,100 shares as of 06/30/2014. New Purchase: Nielsen NV (NLSN) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) initiated holdings in Nielsen NV. His purchase prices were between $42.68 and $48.42, with an estimated average price of $46.52. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 0.32%. His holdings were 18,000 shares as of 06/30/2014. New Purchase: Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCL) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) initiated holdings in Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. His purchase prices were between $50.75 and $57.12, with an estimated average price of $53.82. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 0.13%. His holdings were 6,400 shares as of 06/30/2014. New Purchase: Hemisphere Media Group Inc (HMTV) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) initiated holdings in Hemisphere Media Group Inc. His purchase prices were between $10.91 and $12.63, with an estimated average price of $11.8. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 0.09%. His holdings were 19,287 shares as of 06/30/2014. Sold Out: Ulta Salon Cosmetics & Fragrances Inc (ULTA) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Ulta Salon Cosmetics & Fragrances Inc. His sale prices were between $84.79 and $100.11, with an estimated average price of $89.99. Sold Out: eBay Inc (EBAY) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in eBay Inc. His sale prices were between $48.25 and $56.04, with an estimated average price of $51.79. Sold Out: EQT Corp (EQT) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in EQT Corp. His sale prices were between $98.65 and $109.84, with an estimated average price of $105.31. Sold Out: MetLife Inc (MET) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in MetLife Inc. His sale prices were between $49.19 and $56.55, with an estimated average price of $52.46. Sold Out: Himax Technologies Inc (HIMX) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Himax Technologies Inc. His sale prices were between $5.94 and $11.98, with an estimated average price of $8.02. Sold Out: Navistar International Corp (NAV) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Navistar International Corp. His sale prices were between $31.93 and $38.35, with an estimated average price of $35.47. Sold Out: Adtran Inc (ADTN) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Adtran Inc. His sale prices were between $21.29 and $26.11, with an estimated average price of $22.64. Sold Out: Take-Two Interactive Software Inc (TTWO) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. His sale prices were between $18.81 and $22.38, with an estimated average price of $20.45. Sold Out: Brocade Communications Systems Inc (BRCD) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Brocade Communications Systems Inc. His sale prices were between $7.99 and $10.84, with an estimated average price of $9.21. Sold Out: Sothebys (BID) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Sothebys. His sale prices were between $37.91 and $44.8, with an estimated average price of $40.69. Sold Out: Splunk Inc (SPLK) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Splunk Inc. His sale prices were between $40.39 and $74.9, with an estimated average price of $52.43. Sold Out: ARM Holdings PLC (ARMH) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in ARM Holdings PLC. His sale prices were between $42.83 and $52.82, with an estimated average price of $46.45. Sold Out: Infoblox Inc (BLOX) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Infoblox Inc. His sale prices were between $12.17 and $21.32, with an estimated average price of $17.18. Sold Out: Ruckus Wireless Inc (RKUS) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Ruckus Wireless Inc. His sale prices were between $8.96 and $12.3, with an estimated average price of $10.6. Sold Out: Cvent Inc (CVT) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Cvent Inc. His sale prices were between $23.25 and $36, with an estimated average price of $28.27. Sold Out: Marvell Technology Group Ltd (MRVL) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Marvell Technology Group Ltd. His sale prices were between $14.18 and $16.23, with an estimated average price of $15.41. Sold Out: Textura Corp (TXTR) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in Textura Corp. His sale prices were between $14.23 and $25.3, with an estimated average price of $20.3. Sold Out: American Realty Capital Properties Inc (ARCP) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) sold out his holdings in American Realty Capital Properties Inc. His sale prices were between $11.94 and $14.13, with an estimated average price of $12.86. Added: Tableau Software Inc (DATA) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) added to his holdings in Tableau Software Inc by 2900%. His purchase prices were between $54.13 and $81.18, with an estimated average price of $62.56. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 8.8%. His holdings were 348,000 shares as of 06/30/2014. Added: Facebook Inc (FB) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) added to his holdings in Facebook Inc by 1776.37%. His purchase prices were between $56.14 and $67.6, with an estimated average price of $61.42. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 7.95%. His holdings were 341,500 shares as of 06/30/2014. Added: Gilead Sciences Inc (GILD) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) added to his holdings in Gilead Sciences Inc by 28.55%. His purchase prices were between $65.48 and $83.02, with an estimated average price of $77.76. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 2.98%. His holdings were 443,911 shares as of 06/30/2014. Added: Google Inc (GOOGL) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) added to his holdings in Google Inc by 61.29%. His purchase prices were between $518 and $585.93, with an estimated average price of $551.75. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 2.66%. His holdings were 32,896 shares as of 06/30/2014. Added: Ensign Group Inc (ENSG) Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) added to his holdings in Ensign Group Inc by 97.1%. His purchase prices were between $22.04 and $30.93, with an estimated average price of $25.43. The impact to his portfolio due to this purchase was 0.47%. His holdings were 84,950 shares as of 06/30/2014. More...

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Julian Robertson - I Sold My Apple Shares Because Steve Jobs Was an Awful Person
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