Whitney Tilson Up 6.7% in Q1, Leaves His Cell Number


Whitney Tilson Up 6.7% in Q1, Leaves His Cell Number

Whitney Tilson wrote around 800 words regarding his ‘irritation’ about an article on Bill Ackman. However, Whitney Tilson has still found time to write a shareholder letter for his new hedge fund, Kase Capital. The letter has just been obtained via an email. Tilson’s top position is American International Group Inc (NYSE:AIG), followed by Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.A) (NYSE:BRK.B), Howard Hughes Corp (NYSE:HHC), and Deckers. Kase Capital was up 6.7% for the first quarter of 2013, almost identical to the number which ValueWalk predicted.

So Einhorn is up around 6% and so is Ackman does that mean Kase Capital is also up 6%?

Michael Zimmerman’s Prentice Capital won big in 2020

InvestingPrentice Capital was up 3% net in December, bringing its full-year return to 53.6% net for 2020. In their December email to investors, which was reviewed by ValueWalk, the Prentice team noted that they have protected capital during recent down markets. Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Things are looking up They also Read More

— Jacob Wolinsky (@JacobWolinsky) April 3, 2013

Tilson announced that he is shorting Nokia, which is a favorite short for many Tiger cubs, as well. Additionally, he is out with a new book and states ‘To preorder The Art of Value Investing, go to: www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0470479779/tilsoncapitalpar – and please let me know what you think of it!’

Finally, Tilson leaves his cell phone number and states ‘If you have any comments or questions, please call me anytime on my cell phone at (646) 258-0687.’

A brief excerpt followed by the full letter embedded in scribd can be found below:

April 3, 2013

Dear Partner:
Our fund is off to a solid start to the year, rising 6.7% in the first quarter vs. 10.6% for the S&P and 11.9% for the Dow.
The fund’s returns were driven by nice gains across most of the long portfolio, with a special mention for Netflix, which more than doubled. Here is the Q1 performance of all 11 long stock positions in the fund as of the beginning of the year (disclosed in the 2012 annual letter), plus two new stocks I bought during the quarter (ranked in descending order of current size):

Whitney Tilson Kase Fund Ltr to Investors-Q1 13 by ValueWalk.com

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