Michael Dell

Michael Dell

Last Update: 05-15-2017

Number of Stocks: 5
Number of New Stocks: 0

Total Value: $275 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 0%

Countries: USA
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Michael Dell Watch

  • Insider Michael Dell Buys 24,807 Shares of Dell Technologies

    Michael Dell (Trades, Portfolio), the founder, CEO and chairman of the board for Dell Technologies (NYSE:DVMT), purchased 24,807 shares for $28.84 per share on Feb. 13, according to a Form 4 filing by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

    Dell is an American multinational information technology corporation that designs, develops, manufactures, markets, sells and supports products and services through its four business groups: Client Solutions, Enterprise Solutions Group, Dell Software Group and Dell Services.


  • A Look at Michael Dell's Asbury Automotive

    Unlike automobile manufacturers, which have to keep putting more and more money into R&D and tend to keep too much debt on the books, auto retailers have the luxury (or burden) of being the sales vehicle.

    Asbury Automotive Group Inc. (NYSE:ABG), headquartered in Duluth, Georgia, is one of the largest automotive retailers in the U.S. It was built through a combination of organic growth and a series of acquisitions and now has 82 retail locations for the sale and servicing of 28 different brands of American, European and Asian automobile makes. From a marketing standpoint, I even love the simplicity of the company’s website.


  • Guru Michael Dell Reduces Position in Asbury Automotive Group

    Guru Michael Dell (Trades, Portfolioreduced his position in Asbury Automotive Group (NYSE:ABG) on May 3.

    Asbury Automotive Group is headquartered in Duluth, Georgia, and is one of the largest automotive retailers in the U.S. The company has approximately 82 retail auto stores, encompassing more than 100 franchises for the sale and servicing of 35 different brands of American, European and Asian automobile makes.


  • Steven Romick Keeps On Buying Cisco, American Express

    Steven Romick (Trades, Portfolio) is the portfolio manager of FPA Crescent Fund. As of Jan. 31, the fund had delivered more than 11% a year on average over the past 10 years. The following are the companies the investor has been buying for at least the last two quarters.

    Esterline Technologies Corp. (ESL)


  • Michael Dell Sells 1 Million Shares of DineEquity

    Michael Dell (Trades, Portfolio) slashed his position in DineEquity Inc. (NYSE:DIN), selling 1 million shares on Feb. 26.

    DineEquity together with its subsidiaries owns and franchises the Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar as well as the International House of Pancakes (IHOP) chain of restaurants. The company was originally founded under the laws of Delaware in 1976 with the name IHOP Corp. Effective June 2, 2008 the company’s name was changed to DineEquity. The company generates its revenue from royalties, fees and other income from 2,033 Applebee’s restaurants and 1,672 IHOP restaurants the company franchises.


  • Michael Dell Slashes Holding of Esterline Technologies by Nearly Half

    Michael Dell (Trades, Portfolio), founder, chairman and CEO of Dell Inc. (DELL), has a net worth of $16.3 billion, according to Bloomberg. He made four transactions in the fourth quarter. None was the purchase or divestiture of a stake.

    Dell sold nearly half of his stake in Esterline Technologies Corp. (NYSE:ESL), a Bellevue, Washington-based designer and manufacturer of products mostly for aerospace and defense customers. The guru sold 793,115 shares for an average price of $81.95 per share. The transaction had a -7.61% impact on Dell’s portfolio.


  • Michael Dell's MSD Capital Increases Stake in PVH Corp.

    Michael Dell (Trades, Portfolio) is the founder, CEO and chairman of the board of directors for Dell (DELL), the computer company that he founded in 1984 with $1,000 in his college dorm room at the age of 19. Today, Dell has a market cap of $24 billion, with over 100,000 employees who serve the IT needs of global corporations, small and medium businesses, governments, healthcare providers, educational institutions and home computing users.

    In 1998, MSD Capital was founded as an investment firm to manage the capital of Dell and his family. The firm primarily focuses on publicly traded securities, traditional private equity activities and real estate.


  • Michael Dell Acquires Stake in NorthStar Asset Management Group

    Michael Dell (Trades, Portfolio) is the founder and CEO of Dell Inc. (DELL), a Round Rock, Texas-based computer technology company – one of the world's largest technological corporations. Dell is one of the richest people in the world with an estimated net worth of $18 billion, and his portfolio is managed by MSD Capital, which is owned and controlled by Dell and his family.

    In the third quarter, only three stock transactions were done in Dell’s name, and two were reductions.


  • Dell-EMC Is Not a Done Deal

    News of mergers and acquisitions almost always shake a company’s share price.

    Normally, there is a boost in the share price of the target company because an acquisition is in sight. The target’s share price rarely reaches the offer price, but it might hover a few points below. This is called the “deal discount.” It reflects the risk that the deal won’t go through. This is always a risk for various reasons, from antitrust issues and regulatory concerns to a new buyer coming in with a better price, and the price of the target company usually takes a pretty big hit if the deal falls through.


  • Michael Dell's Most Heavily Weighted Stocks

    Guru Michael Dell (Trades, Portfolio) of MSD Capital only has seven companies in his portfolio, so identifying his most heavily weighted stocks isn’t difficult. The hard part is deciding where to draw the line.

    In the case of Dell’s portfolio, it seems prudent to draw the line below the stocks with double-digit weightings. That leaves four of the holdings in his portfolios – Asbury Automotive Group Inc. (NYSE:ABG), Esterline Technologies (NYSE:ESL), DineEquity Inc. (NYSE:DIN) and PVH Corp. (NYSE:PVH)as his most heavily weighted.


  • Michael Dell Adds to Two Stakes in First Quarter

    In the first quarter of 2015, Michael Dell (Trades, Portfolio) made the fewest transactions he has made in any quarter in more than a year – two. The founder of Dell Computer, Dell is one of the richest men in the world, and his transactions are handled by MSD Capital, which Dell and his family own and control.

    Managing his transactions wasn’t a complex task in the first quarter with Dell only adding to his existing stakes in PVH Corp (NYSE:PVH) and WEX Inc (NYSE:WEX). Of the seven stocks currently in Dell’s portfolio, PVH is his fourth-most valuable stake and WEX is his sixth-most valuable.


  • A Look at Michael Dell's Top Growth Stocks

    "We strive to conduct our business with the highest level of integrity and honesty, and we believe that investing our reputation is as important as investing our capital" Michael Dell (Trades, Portfolio)'s MSD Capital firm says in its "About Me".

    The firm sees itself as a partial owner of a company when investing. MSD Capital looks for companies that will provide sustainable returns over the long term and the management team has to be honest, astute and think like shareholders.


  • Acquisition of Esterline Stock Makes It Fifth-Largest Stake in Dell's Portfolio

    The founder and CEO of Dell Inc (DELL), guru Michael Dell (Trades, Portfolio) is one of the 50 wealthiest people in the world. As a philanthropist, he has been generous with his money through the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation he established in 1999; as an investor, his portfolio is handled by MSD Capital, which has had great success in managing his investments.

    In the fourth quarter, Dell added Esterline Technologies (NYSE:ESL), a Bellevue, Wash.-based company that designs, makes and markets products mostly for aerospace and defense customers, to his portfolio, buying the stock twice in December. Dell purchased 1,624,578 shares for an average price of $112.56 per share. Del’s first Esterline purchase had a 32.77% impact on his portfolio; his second purchase had a 23.1%.


  • A Big Win for John Paulson

    In this article, let´s see the last gain of John Paulson (Trades, Portfolio), the hedge fund manager who made a fortune using credit default swaps to bet against the housing market in the 2008 financial crisis.

    A Billion Dollars Richer  

  • Every Growth Stock Follows This Pattern. EVERY. SINGLE. ONE.

    Whether you realize it or not, every growth stock of the last 20 years has experienced the exact same cyclical pattern. Now before you stop reading, I’m not talking about technical analysis or some other chart reading garbage.

    The reason this cyclical price pattern continues to occur is fundamental and actually quite simple. You just need to understand that stocks go through five distinct phases.


  • DELL, HP and Microsoft’s Position in The Dying PC Industry and What They are Worth

    For almost 30 years, PCs dominated the computing industry. But in the last 2 years the decline in sales is obvious.

    IDC Worldwide quarterly PC Tracker projected a 7.8% decline in worldwide PC shipments. However, the actual outcome was worse with more than 15% declines in shipment volume in the second quarter of 2013.  

  • Paulson Returns 292.03%, Bumps Michael Dell - Paulson’s Top Dividend Four

    The portfolio of John Paulson of Paulson & Co. shows 91 stocks, 15 of them new, and a total value of $14.17 billion. His quarter-over-quarter turnover is 21%. Now in first place, Guru John Paulson has bumped Michael Dell to second place for average returns. Paulson’s 12-month average return is 292.03%; Dell’s is 266.63%, followed by Carl Icahn with 98.15%.

    Here are four stocks in the Paulson portfolio with the highest dividend yield, as of June 30, 2013:  

  • Mason Hawkins’ Busy Week

    On Sept. 10, Hawkins reported two real time transactions to the SEC. The guru also reported a reduction in his holdings in Dell on Sept. 12. These real time picks represent purchases/sales of a stock in which a guru owns greater than a 5% stake. Hawkins bought into News Corp, cut his position in Quicksilver Resources in half and made a 10% decrease in Dell after giving up the battle to keep the company from going private.

    News Corp (

  • Michael Dell Discusses Dell Going Private

  • Computer Manufacturers in a Changing Environment - Is There Value Left?

    As the PC market declines, only those companies moving away from it and into the upcoming mobile and tablet technologies seem poised to succeed over the long-run, even though a PC refresh cycle is expected for the short-term. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ) and Dell (DELL) are three of the main players in the computer and related products manufacturing arena. Let’s take a look at them in order to find out which ones stand to benefit from the substitute technologies and their synergies with PCs over the longer-term.

    Dell Offers No Delight for Investors  

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