David Einhorn Buys Apple, A Financial Company And Sells A Data Company

David Einhorn

David Einhorn didn’t do too much last quarter in his long portfolio, other than pick up a new stake in Broadridge Financial and drop his position in EMC, a data company.

According to his latest 13f filing, Einhorn opened a new stake in:

  • Broadridge Financial Solutions – $60 million – (~2.5 million shares)

He bought more:

  • Apple – ~$100 million – (~500,000 shares)

He sold completely out of:

  • EMC – ~$100 million (~6 million shares)

Of course his major short position, St. Joe, wouldn’t be listed on a 13f filing, which only lists a fund’s long holdings.

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