Today’s daily gainers are International Tower Hill Mines Ltd. (NYSEMKT:THM), Constant Contact Inc (NASDAQ:CTCT), Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) and daily losers are NCR Corporation (NYSE:NCR), Enphase Energy Inc (NASDAQ:ENPH), Angie?’s List Inc (NASDAQ:ANGI).
Soros wins big with Amazon and Constant Contact
It’s been a good week for gold. Today’s top gainer is International Tower Hill Mines Ltd. (NYSEMKT:THM), up +17.00% to $0.49. Billionaire John Paulson holds 17.8 million THM shares, representing 0.07% of his portfolio. The investor paid an average price of $2.64 per share.
Coming in at a close second is Constant Contact Inc (NASDAQ:CTCT), which increased +16.57% to $26.85 following a stellar Q3 earnings report. George Soros holds 750,000 shares (as of June), representing 0.13% of his holdings. Soros has been increasing his position over time, picking up 300,000 shares in the first quarter of the year. The investor paid an average price of $16.80 per asset.
Last but not least is the online retailer Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN). The tech stock performed very well today, rising +8.63% to $360.65. Tiger Global holds 984,000 Amazon shares, the position representing 4.76% of the fund. Tiger paid an average price of $190.77 per share. George Soros, holds 40,000 shares after buying 10,000 last quarter. AMZN represents 0.12% of his portfolio, each share purchased at an average price of $266.82.
NCR Corporation (NYSE:NCR) experienced a major loss today, its stock price decreasing -9.38% to $36.73. The tech stock dropped after Compass Point downgraded the firm from “buy” to “neutral.” This movement affected billionaire David Einhorn, who owns 9.2 million NCR shares, representing 5.72% of his holdings. The investor paid an average price of $15.33 per share.
The second company in our daily loser list is Enphase Energy Inc (NASDAQ:ENPH). The energy stock is down -8.88% and now trading at $7.95. Billionaire Daniel Loeb is the only investor among the player tracked by iBillionaire who has a position in ENPH. Loeb holds 7.4 million shares, representing 1.30% of his fund. He has gained 17.42% in this position overall as he paid an average price of $6.89.
The third and final company to make our list of losers this Friday is Angie?’s List Inc (NASDAQ:ANGI). The consumer-driven solution dipped -9.02%, reaching $13.31. The billionaire with a position in ANGI is George Soros, who owns 1.1 million shares, representing 0.32% of his holdings. The investor paid an average price of $12.72 per share.