Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway underperformed the S&P 500 by a wide margin last year—the worst underperformance compared to the market since 2009.
Warren Buffett has been waiting for an "elephant-sized acquisition" for a long time. He didn't have many opportunities in 2019 due to concerning valuations.
In 2019, Tesla (TSLA) rose 29.3%. The S&P 500 Index gained 29.2%. The top institutional investors were bullish on the electric car manufacturer in Q3 2019.
The Dow Jones (DIA) set another record last week. As tweeted by Donald Trump, stock markets hit their 135th high since his 2016 election win.
Druckenmiller and Buffett got "trumped" by the President's economic policies this year. Incidentally, the US economy posted better-than-expected growth.
In Q3 2019, Citadel Advisors' portfolio of publicly traded securities was worth $212.04 billion. In Q2 2019, its portfolio was worth $155.1 billion.
This week, Pershing Square disclosed that it had increased its stake in Agilent Technologies (A) to 2.9 million shares in the third quarter.
Yesterday, Baker Hughes stock rose by 0.2%, with a year-to-date rise of 3.9%. We'll focus on the company's institutional investors in Q3 2019.
BlackRock, an investment management giant, had $7.0 trillion in AUM (assets under management) at the end of the third quarter.